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'Rally of anger' in Paris: Thousands demand justice for Sarah Halimi

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Rallies were also held in several other French cities but also abroad, in Tel Aviv, New York, Miami, Rome, The Hague, Brussels and London.
The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, announced that a street in the city will be named after Sarah Halimi.
More than 20,000 people attended Sunday a rally in central Paris to protest the recent decision by the Court of Cassationn, France highest court,  to absolve the 2017 murderer of Sarah Halimi of criminal responsibility, because he took cannabis before he killed her.
The demonstration, which was held under tight security on Trocadero Square, in front of the Eiffel Tower, saw French Chief Rabbi Haim Korsia demand another “trial of facts,” even if it ends without a sentence.

UK Jewish community to demonstrate on Sunday against antisemitism in France after Sarah Halimi's murderer spared trial

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A rally for Sarah Halimi in Paris in January 2020.
In France today, it is possible to be sentenced to a year in prison for throwing a dog from a window whilst high on cocaine, but if you hurl a Jew to their death whilst on cannabis, you walk free.
“It is intolerable that a leading European nation is so abjectly failing to stop the persecution of its Jewish population.”
In New York, the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement has launched a global social media campaign to protest the French court decision.
The British Jewish community will be demonstrating outside the Embassy on France in London on Sunday, joining a day of global protests by Jewish communities around the world following the decision by France’s Supreme Court to spare an antisemitic murderer from trial because he was high on cannabis at the time that he committed his crime.

Denial of justice in France led lawyers of Sarah Halimi's family to file a complaint in Israel, call for massive rally in Paris

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Denial of justice in France led lawyers of Sarah Halimi’s family to file a complaint in Israel, call for massive rally in Paris
"Mr. Goldnadel and Mr. Szpiner deplore being forced to initiate this procedure, but they cannot accept a denial of justice that offends reason and fairness well beyond the Jewish community of France," the two lawyers of Sarah Halimi's family said in a statement.
Francis Szpiner and Gilles-William Goldnadel, the lawyers of Sarah Halimi’s family, announced they wanted to “file a complaint against Kobili Traoré in the name of Esther Lekover, the victim’s sister,” since the Israeli criminal law can be applied to anti-Semitic crimes committed abroad and denounced by an Israeli citizen, which is the case of their client.

Avi Benlolo: Canada is right to boycott Durban IV and its anti-Semitic supporters

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Avi Benlolo: Canada is right to boycott Durban IV and its anti-Semitic supporters
The original event in 2001 spawned a new wave of violent anti-Semitism that continues to spread its hate today
Author of the article: Avi Benlolo
Publishing date: May 07, 2021  •  11 hours ago  •  5 minute read  • 
A participant waves Canadian and Israeli flags at a pro-Israel rally at Calgary city hall in a file photo from July 31, 2014. Canada has announced it is boycotting the Durban IV conference in New York this September due to anti-Semitism and the anti-Israel nature of the original event in 2001. Photo by Mike Drew/Postmedia News
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Infuriated by the Sarah Halimi ruling, French Jews decry the state's handling of antisemitism

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Infuriated by the Sarah Halimi ruling, French Jews decry the state's handling of antisemitism
May 7, 2021
PARIS (JTA) - A rumble rose from the 20,000 Jewish protesters at Trocadero Square, then exploded into shrill screams.
"I don't even know whether to reassure you or cry out my fury," boomed Joel Mergui, president of the Consistoire, the organ of French Jewry responsible for providing Orthodox religious services. "Yes, cry out your fury!" 
French Jewish events are usually dignified affairs that often end with the singing of the Marseillaise, the French national anthem. But the rally on Sunday protesting the fate of the man who murdered his Jewish neighbor Sarah Halimi in 2017 - the largest Jewish gathering in France in at least a decade - was a rare show of raw emotion from a community that has questioned its future in France in recent years. 

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Kerry denies claim he informed Iran of Israeli strikes in Syria
(JNS) — U.S. Special Climate Envoy John Kerry on Monday denied allegations that he had discussed covert Israeli strikes on Iranian targets in Syria with Iran’s foreign minister.
“I can tell you that this story and these allegations are unequivocally false. This never happened—either when I was Secretary of State or since,” Kerry tweeted on Monday night.
Kerry was responding to a leaked audio recording of a closed-door discussion involving Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and an Iranian economist, in whi...

France's "Sarah Halimi Law" Won't Combat Antisemitism

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France’s “Sarah Halimi Law” Won’t Combat Antisemitism
—France’s highest criminal court—upheld a controversial decision ruling that Kobili Traoré could not stand trial for the death of Sarah Halimi, an Orthodox Jewish retired schoolteacher living in Paris’s 11th Arrondissement. There was never any doubt that Traoré killed Halimi in a chilling attack in 2017: He confessed to breaking into Halimi’s home in the building where they both lived and crushing her skull with a blunt object before throwing her blood-soaked body off a balcony. There was also no question that this was an act of antisemitic violence. Traoré admitted to investigators that he attacked Halimi after seeing the menorah in her apartment on the night of the killing, and neighbors heard Traoré—who is Franco-Malian and of Muslim heritage—shouting “Allahu Akbar” and claiming that he had killed a “sheitan,” an Arabic word meaning demon.

'A black stain on the confidence of French Jews in their country'

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Rally demanding justice for Sarah Halimi following the decision of the Court of Cassation
A rumble rose from the 20,000 Jewish protesters at the Place du Trocadero, then exploded into shrill screams.“I don’t even know whether to reassure you or cry out my fury,” boomed Joël Mergui, president of the Consistoire, the organ of French Jewry responsible for providing Orthodox religious services. “Yes, cry out your fury!” 
French Jewish events are usually dignified affairs that often end with the singing of the
Marseillaise, the French national anthem. But the rally last Sunday protesting the fate of the man who, in 2017, murdered his Jewish neighbour, Sarah Halimi – the largest Jewish gathering in France in at least a decade – was a rare show of raw emotion from a community that has questioned its future in France in recent years. 

Fears of a coup in France are exaggerated, but a far-right president is a real possibility

Fears of a coup in France are exaggerated, but a far-right president is a real possibility
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A recent open letter to French president, Emmanuel Macron, signed by almost 50 retired army generals so far and more than 24,000 (predominantly former) servicemen, was occasion for many on the French left to raise the alarm, believing a coup d’état was either in the making or a future possibility. The top-brass signatories, led by generals Antoine Martinez and Christian Piquemal, say the country is on the verge of collapse because of immigration and crime, as well as Islamism and the support it gets from some on the left. They are angry at “cancel culture” and at any intellectual attempt to criticise the country’s colonial past. These generals warn that if the situation worsens, their fellow soldiers on active duty may choose to intervene and take control.

Montrealers take part in virtual solidarity rally for murdered Dr. Sarah Halimi

The Montreal community took part last week in a virtual solidarity rally for Dr. Sarah Halimi, a Parisian Jewish woman who in 2017 was assaulted and stabbed in her apartment,

At the Halimi rally in Paris, French Jewry seems near breaking point – J.

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Joining the stream of people converging on Trocadero Square in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, I soon realized that this event would be significantly different from the dozens of Jewish community gatherings I had attended in France.
The atmosphere, rhetoric, symbolism and attendance at the “Justice for Sarah Halimi” protest rally on April 25 suggested to me that France’s Jewish community is entering a new phase in the decades-long slip of its members’ confidence in their future here.
The rally — an event with 20,000 participants, one of the largest communal gatherings in decades — was sparked by an April 14 decision by France’s highest court. It affirmed that 31-year-old Kobili Traoré was unfit to stand trial because Traoré, a Muslim, had smoked so much marijuana before the 2017 slaying that it rendered him temporarily psychotic.

France: Generals Warn of Civil War Due to Creeping Islamism

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The warning comes amid a wave of jihadist attacks — including the beheading of a schoolteacher — committed by young men, none of whom were previously known to French intelligence services. The letter also comes after widespread public indignation over a French justice system compromised by political correctness — as evidenced by the refusal to prosecute an African immigrant from Mali who, while shouting "Allahu Akbar" ("Allah is the Greatest"), killed an elderly Jewish woman by breaking into her home and pushing her off her balcony.
"Every Frenchman, whatever his belief or non-belief, should everywhere be at home in continental France [
l'Hexagone]; there cannot and must not exist any city or district where the laws of the Republic do not apply." — From an open letter signed by 20 retired generals, a hundred senior officers more than a thousand other members of the French military, April 21, 2021.

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It was a task to confiscate from a nation of readers a beloved ocean of a book that takes a lifetime to read, but the King of France and his monastic henchmen in their black cowls managed to haul twenty-four cartloads of manuscripts of the Talmud to the square outside Notre Dame de Paris. It was in what the Christians call “the year of grace” 1242 that they burned them all. It is estimated that there were ten thousand volumes. That is about the size of my personal library; but back then a library of a few hundred volumes was considered vast. True, it was not the worst atrocity against books: only a few decades before the Crusaders, a ragtag army of mainly French and German scum, had burnt the great library of Constantinople. It is because of that act of barbarism, far more than the destruction of the library at Alexandria, that so many works of the Classical tradition are lost.

Sarah Halimi: How killer on drugs escaped French trial for anti-Semitic murder

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Sarah Halimi: How killer on drugs escaped French trial for anti-Semitic murder
By Hugh Schofield
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image captionThousands of protesters demanded justice for Sarah Halimi and the government says it will work to change the law
Can an anti-Semitic killer be declared insane because his mind was affected by regular consumption of cannabis? That is the question at the heart of an explosive legal row in France following the decision not to prosecute the man who killed Sarah Halimi.
Sarah Halimi was a Jewish, 65-year-old, former kindergarten director, who in April 2017 was beaten, then thrown to her death from her flat in north-east Paris.

How killer escaped trial for anti-Semitic murder

The decision not to prosecute a Jewish woman's killer because of his drug use sparks a legal row in France.

FEGELMAN: Don't ignore the rise of anti-Semitism in France

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On April 4, 2017, Sarah Halimi, a 65-year-old retired Jewish schoolteacher and doctor in Paris, France, was murdered in her apartment. Her assailant, Kobili Traore, an immigrant from Mali, brutally assaulted her and threw her out the window in an unprovoked attack.
Halimi was the only Jewish resident in her apartment building, and when her assailant murdered her, he allegedly shouted “Allahu Akbar” and “I killed the Satan,” leading to the widespread conclusion that Halimi’s murder was driven by antisemitic motivations. 
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What the Sarah Halimi case and current protests mean for French Jewry

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A woman holds up a sign during the day of rallies around the world protesting the French judicial system's handling of the Sarah Halimi case, April 25, 2021. (Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images/ via JTA)
JTA — The 2017 murder of a Jewish woman in France has again burst into global view, with protests held in several countries last week against a legal ruling that means her killer will not face a trial for murder.
But who is Sarah Halimi? Why is her death becoming a cause celebre for Jews around the world? And what, if anything, are the protests aimed at changing for Jews in France?

Rivlin hails Macron for backing law change after Halimi's killer avoids trial

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French President Emmanuel Macron (L) and President Reuven Rivlin at a press conference in Jerusalem on January 22, 2020. (Jacques Witt/Pool/AFP)
President Reuven Rivlin on Wednesday thanked his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron for backing changes to existing laws, after a top court ruled that a Jewish woman’s murderer was not criminally responsible due to having been under the influence of marijuana.
Referring to Sarah Halimi’s murder and the court’s decision, Rivlin wrote to Macron: “Your quick and unequivocal response sends a clear message to the family of the victim and to France as a whole that the law as it currently stands is deficient, and that deficiency has allowed a despicable murderer to evade justice and punishment.”

Protesters in S.F. lash out at French ruling in Sarah Halimi murder – J.

Approximately 60 people gathered Sunday in front of San Francisco’s City Hall to protest a French court’s decision in the killing of Sarah Halimi, a 65-year-old Jewish French woman who was the victim of an antisemitic attack in her Paris apartment building in 2017.
The retired doctor and schoolteacher was beaten to death by Kobili Traoré, who reportedly was yelling “Allah Akbar” and also said “I killed the shaitan” before throwing Halimi out of her apartment window. In Islamic belief, a shaitan is an evil spirit that incites humans to sin.
Three weeks ago, France’s highest court ruled that Traoré, a devout Muslim, was unfit to be put on trial because the marijuana he had smoked before the killing made him psychotic. He’s currently in a psychiatric hospital.

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