France struggles to separate terrorism from cases of individuals following a psychotic impulse fueled by the rise of anti-Semitism
In the recent case of an Orthodox woman who was attacked and killed at home, French authorities seem to have a hard time differentiating the insane impulse from the intentional act, refusing to see the anti-Semitism that co-exists with terror
Pascal Bruckner, the French writer and New Philosopher, on his new book, his family’s Nazi sympathies, the rise of hatred in Europe, and the crisis of radical Islam
Two months after four hostages killed in kosher grocery siege
Tells Europe 1 interviewer ‘anti-Semitism is at an all-time high’
Tablet columnist honored for prescient five-part series ‘France’s Toxic Hate’
Yarmulke-clad journalist films a day of slurs and harassment
Hollande: ‘France is your country. Your place is here. This is your home.’
What really happened at the Don Isaac Abravanel synagogue in July
Netanyahu, the French national anthem, and what it all means
A year of anti-Semitism, violence, and incitement in France
Faces four years in prison for setting fire to Jewish business during July riot
CRIF chief Roger Cukierman: ‘For once, Dieudonné is actually comical’
For a convert to Judaism, the Days of Awe mark a renewed commitment—this year more than ever
Part 4: Is the queen of Europe’s Far Right, and possible future President of France, an enemy of Islamists, Jews, or both?
How did Mohamed Merah happen? In the third of a five-part series on anti-Semitism in France, the roots of the Toulouse gunman.