In Paris, Manhattan, and Jerusalem, tribute was made to the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue attack.
I had come to Paris to take a breather from deranged tweets, a friend’s bad MRI, calls in the night and the whole gathering storm. But I found angels.
“I think that the main reason I wanted a chuppah was in order to spite my parents.”
The three suspects threatened to “gouge out the eyes and pull the hair.”
They were removed less than a day after they were installed.
A Jewish man was killed in his apartment in Paris, where the victim’s twin brother found his lifeless body bound and with a plastic bag over his head.
A swastika and words “dirty Jew” appeared Monday at the Gustave Leven school.
Perhaps the most significant attendee at a memorial service for a Holocaust survivor murdered in her Paris apartment was a young African Muslim man.
85-year-old Mireille Knoll was burned and stabbed before being found dead in her apartment.
“I am deeply affected by the appalling crime committed against Mrs. Knoll. I reaffirm my resolute determination to fight against anti-Semitism.”