Skip to comments.French government slams 'anti-Semitic' violence at pro-Palestinian rally
Posted on 07/21/2014 11:06:22 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom
[...] Local media showed the burnt-down front of a kosher grocery shop in the heavily Jewish Parisian suburb of Sarcelles after a non-authorized protest on Sunday. Last weekend pro-Palestinian marchers clashed with riot police outside two Paris synagogues.
"It is unacceptable to target synagogues or shops simply because they are managed by Jews," Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told reporters during a visit to Sarcelles, which is also home to large non-Jewish immigrant populations.
"Nothing can justify anti-Semitism, noting can justify that kind of violence. This will be fought and sanctioned," he said. [...]
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” This will be fought and sanctioned,” he said.”
It will be sanctioned, because it isn’t and never will be sanctioned. (Apropos of nothing at all — except I find it interesting that “sanctioned” has two, almost opposite meanings.)
Kick the bearded savages out.
The photos I saw of the ‘protestors’ in Paris sure didn’t look French to me. Good for him for at least speaking up.
Why is it that we have to look to the French, of all people, for moral clarity?
Will be fought? Really? Brave words after the fact are cheap.
How hard did the French police fight to keep it from happening?
I saw video, those blue vans went around and around with loudspeakers asking those rioters to please stop, please.
Use grapeshot if you have to.
Napoleon, would have.
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