Seven years after an Islamic terrorist targeted a Jewish school in the French city of Toulouse, two alleys in a square in the centre of Paris are to be named after the three children killed in the attack.
An assistant of the general-secretary of France’s foremost far-right party was photographed grimacing while dressed as an Orthodox Jew and extending claw-like fingers at the camera.
A monument to the child victims from the Vel D’Hiv round-up of 1942 from which Jews were sent to the Nazi death camps was vandalised in Paris.
During a parliamentary enquiry investigating extremist groups on the far-right held at the French National Assembly, Yvan Benedetti, a leading far-right activist, engaged in Holocaust denial attended.
The annulment of a sentence convicting far-right activist and Holocaust denier Alain Soral sparked controversy in France.
The head of France’s Yellow Vests Citizens Change list for the European elections has endorsed candidates who shared pictures comparing the country’s president Emmanuel Macron to Adolf Hitler.