French Jews pay homage to Hyper Cacher victims on fourth anniversary of attack

Families and public figures paid homage to the victims of the Hyper Cacher attack four years ago in Paris, which took the lives of four people.

Leading French Restaurant sanctions employees for antisemitic quenelle gesture

A famous Paris restaurant has filed a police complaint and sanctioned employees who posted a picture displaying the antisemitic quenelle symbol.

Georges Loinger, who saved 350 Jewish children in WWII, dies aged 108

Georges Loinger, who saved hundreds of Jewish children during World War II, has died at the age of 108.

France to build Holocaust museum at train station used for transports to Auschwitz

France’s national rail company has allocated two million euros toward building a Holocaust museum at one of its abandoned stations.

Toulouse imam placed under criminal investigation for comments against Jews

Mohamed Tataï, imam of the Great Mosque of Toulouse, has been placed under judicial investigation for public provocation, by speech of hatred and violence based on ethnicity, nation, race or religion.

Jewish woman assaulted in Paris suburb

A 20 year old Jewish woman was violently attacked in Sarcelles, north of Paris.

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