France 24 TV network suspends journalists for alleged antisemitic language

France 24, a state-owned news network based in the Paris region, has suspended four of its journalists following allegations that they used vitriolic language against Israel and, in at least one case, against Jews.

French government presents its new plan to fight antisemitism

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne presented a new plan to fight against racism, antisemitism and discrimination.

According to report, 436 antisemitic attacks were commited in France in 2022

According to a report of the Jewish Community Protection Service (SPCJ) and the French Ministry of the Interior, Antisemitic attacks in France numbered 436 in 2022, compared to 589 the previous year.  

Antisemitic tags sprayed over storefronts in Paris

Antisemitic tags were found on store fronts in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, according to the Union of Jewish Students of France (UEJF). 

CRIF ceremony for the victims of the Hypercacher attack

Eight years after the attack at the HyperCacher, the CRIF organised a moving ceremony to pay tribute to the victims, but also to all victims of Islamist terrorism in France and around the world.

‘Let’s open our eyes’ to rising antisemitism, Macron warns

French President Emmanuel Macron visited a camp in France where authorities rounded up Jews before and during World War II, and said it’s time to “open our eyes” to resurgent antisemitism and xenophobia.

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