''President Macron has announced his visit to Israel next spring. I would also like to visit next year,'' said French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe during a speech at Paris's Buffault Synagogue where he extended his best wishes to the Jewish community on the occasion of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year
A plaque inaugurating the new Holocaust monument in Ottawa, Canada, didn’t mention the Jewish people and made no reference to anti-Semitism, prompting a Conservative member of the Canadian parliament to raise the issue during the assembl’s question period.
A 10-year-old Jewish girl was subjected to beatings and anti-Semitic insuts in her public school in Paris, according to the National Bureau of Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism, a group which monitors anti-Semitic incicents in France.
French Prime Minister Edourd Philippe pleaded for practicing Jewish students to be offered an alternative to an examination that would take place on Saturday, the Shabbat in Judaism, and made a commitment that the practice of ritual slaughter would not be questioned.
Every year flags of terrorist group Hezbollah are seen at demonstrations in London, like in June during the anti-Israel Al Quds Day march. Demonstrators are able to fly Hezbollah flags because they claim they are showing solidarity with the political wing of the Lebanese organisation.