Two kosher shops were damaged in a fire near Paris on the third anniversary of the slaying of four Jews at a different kosher supermarket.
(JTA) — French police have detained 10 people in the investigation of the deadly 2015 attack on a Jewish supermarket in Paris, sources close to the probe told Agence France Presse on Wednesday.
While French Jews continue to feel a special threat from Islamists, security concerns at the Hyper Cacher have themselves eased.
French politicians and community leaders marked the two years since an attack on a Paris Jewish supermarket killed four shoppers.
France honored the victims of Islamist militant attacks last year in a thinly attended silent ceremony on Sunday, almost a year to the day when more than a million people marched in Paris to protest killings at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
French President Francois Hollande unveiled a memorial plaque outside the Paris-area kosher supermarket where an Islamist killed four Jews last year.
French Jews to gather on anniversary of Hyper Cacher killingsCRIF, the umbrella group of France’s Jewish communities, called on the general public to attend a commemoration on the first anniversary of the slaying of four Jews in a Paris kosher supermarket.
Speaking out for the first time, one of the hostages in the Paris kosher market terror attack described how he tried to keep the Islamist attacker calm and helped him upload a video depicting him killing four other hostages.
Don’t buy the media’s exaggerated story of ‘anti-Semitic’ France, Richard Weisberg writes. Even today, Jews are as safe in Paris as they are in Tel Aviv or Brooklyn.