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Memorial stone vandalised in Strasbourg, marking it another anti-Semitic act in France

European Jewish Parliament expresses its concerns on the increase of anti- Semitic acts in France as anti-Semitism is a signal of the democratic weakening of our country.

This is the second anti-Semitic act in one month in the region after  dozens of graves were desecrated at a Jewish cemetery in Quatzenheim, a village nearby Strasbourg. Swastikas and anti-Semitic slogans were spray-painted on the graves.

Statistics published last month showed a rise of 74% in the number of anti-Semitic attacks in France, from 311 in 2017 to 541 in 2018.

Leaders of the Jewish community address the government and call for  ”concrete measures and not only declarations.”

France has the largest  Jewish community in Europe, about 550,000 people.


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