The endemic antisemitism of the French has been a staple of modern Jewish public discourse and sober analysis for nearly as long as there has been modern Jewish public discourse. It’s commonly viewed as a continuum stretching back at least to the Dreyfus Affair, more than a century ago, and continuing right on up to the present day — straight through the reigns of such notorious prime ministers as Leon Blum, Rene Mayer, Pierre Mendes-France, Michel Debre and Laurent Fabius (*). Things have gotten so bad that in July 2004 Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon openly called on French Jews to move to Israel, where they could be safe from anti-Jewish violence. This caused an international uproar
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