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March 12, 2003
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Masked men attack Jewish woman in France

The Jerusalem Post reports on more violence against Jews in France:

Jewish student attacked in French town Three masked men attacked a 21-year-old female Jewish student in the French town of Aix-en-Provence Wednesday and carved a Magen David on her arm.

According to a report on Israel Radio, the student was attacked after having attended a discussion on the situation in the Middle East held in an Aix cinema.

Dictionary.com defines "Anti-Semitism" as "Hostility toward or prejudice against Jews or Judaism" (click here for the exact definition).

The French authorities continue to deny that there's any anti-Semitism in France and France's president Jacques Chirac continues to protect the butcher from Baghdad (click here to see a picture of Chirac and Saddam Hussein in a French nuclear plant).

Posted by David Melle at March 12, 2003 07:32 PM
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