A 30-year-old woman was injured at the entrance to her home by someone who rang the doorbell. Not life threatening
From our correspondent
Paris – A thirty-year-old Jewish woman was stabbed in her home in the Montluc neighborhood of Lyon, around 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 4th. According to her testimony, someone rang the doorbell, so she opened it and… A man wearing dark clothes and with his face covered stabbed her twice in the stomach Before fleeing. The victim was in hospital and in the evening it was announced that he was not in danger of his life.
Investigators found A swastika is carved on the door decorated with mezuzahthe Jewish religious piece that is often placed at the entrance of a home.
The first investigations led to the opening of an investigation on charges of aggravated attempted murder by one of them Possible anti-Semitic motivesThe Lyon Public Prosecutor’s Office announced.
Nearly a thousand anti-Semitic acts have so far been recorded in France since October 7, the day of the Hamas terrorist attack in Israel. The path of anti-Semitism favored by investigators, who are also analyzing The victim’s family context, in the case of divorce. CRIF (Representative Council of Jewish Institutions, ed.) strongly condemns the attack on a Jewish woman on Saturday 4 November in her home, which was followed by the discovery of a swastika engraved on the front door. This horrific attack causes great concern in the Jewish community. However, Richard Zalmaty, CRIF’s regional president, calls for caution. It is up to the courts to determine the crimes and their anti-Semitic nature, as we read in the CRIF statement.
At the same time, new anti-Jewish writings were discovered in Paris. After drawing the Star of David on the walls, threats appeared yesterday in front of a store in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, a neighborhood where many Jews have taken refuge in recent years, and were forced to leave the Seine-Saint-Denis area due to constant provocations by Islamists. It is forbidden for Jews to leave the country It is written on the wall and on the sidewalk at No. 72 Avenue de Clichy.
Acts of anti-Semitism are repeated every day, after other writings about a school in Strasbourg and in Besanon, and two days ago the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, denounced a model who spread on social media under the pseudonym Hania Naki. A video in which he jokes about a Jewish child being put in the oven.
The very violent political debate, against which the accusations are directed, is the far-left of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who, by refusing to define Hamas as a terrorist organization, is judged ambiguously for the atrocities inflicted upon the Israelis and the attacks on French Jews.
November 4, 2023 (Modified November 4, 2023 | 10:48 pm)
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