The Jewish supermarket Hyper Cacher. (Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

Tablet contributor and Middle East correspondent Daniel Estrin spent the past week in Paris, reporting for Public Radio International’s The World on Jews and Muslims there following the attacks on Charlie Hedbo and the Hyper Cacher supermarket. As one woman he spoke to summed it up, “I don’t think I will leave France, but I feel that France has left me.”

Now back in Jerusalem, Estrin shares his stark and vivid impressions with Vox Tablet’s Sara Ivry.

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