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9.10.2017. 8:14
Francuska
 
O d ICJW "News" primiuli smo slijedeči članak o borbi protiv antisemitizma u Francuskoj

French PM reveals new strategy to combat 'shameful'  antisemitism

Francuski premijer je najavio novu strategiju za borbu protiv "sramotnog" antisemitizma

By Eytan Halon  , October 4, 2017 

"When someone attacks a French citizen because of his background or his  beliefs, he attacks France and what it holds most precious."  Amid ongoing concerns over the mounting threat of antisemitism and Islamist terror, French Prime
Minister Édouard Philippe announced "a new plan to combat antisemitism" during a speech at Paris'  Buffault Synagogue on Monday.

Kada netko napadne francuskog građanina zbog njegovog porijekla ili vjerovanja, on napada Francusku odnosno ono što ona predstavlja :  njen način života, vrijednosti i nasljeđe.   Govoreći o brizi zbog ogromne prijetnje antisemitizma i islamističkog terora, u Buffalo sinagogi u Parizu povodom Nove godine,  premijer Eduard Philippe je najavio novi plan za borbu protiv antisemitizma. 

Plan bi se trebao ostvariti između 2018. i 2020. u uskoj suradnji i partnerstvu s civilnim društvom i židovskom zajednicom. Najveći zadatak novog plana je borba protiv online antisemitizma, osobito  protiv mržnje koja je preplavila socijalne medije i koja je ostala nekažnjena. U borbi potiv antisemitizma  treba pozvati na prevenciju, kroz edukaciju i kulturu.

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In recent years, France has suffered a wave of terror attacks, including several targeting the country's Jewish community. Philippe mentioned the kidnap and murder of Ilan Halimi in 2006, the killing of  four Jews at Toulouse's Ozar HaTorah school in 2012, the attack on the Hyper Casher koshe s upermarket in January 2015 and the April 2017 murder of Sarah Halimi in Paris as examples of "the  ultra-violence of Islamist terrorism and barbarism."

" This reality is the normalization of antisemitism, and its reinvented form, as President [Macron] said, anti-Zionism."

 "We cannot permit that in  France, the land of Jewish emancipation two centuries ago, also a place of Jewish suffering 70 years  ago, we will hear cries of 'Death to Jews' in our streets."

"The awakening of antisemitism is a symptom of a democratic crisis," Philippe said.

The prime minister also paid tribute to France's "closest partner," Israel. Philippe saluted the 150,000
French citizens living in Israel, describing them as France's best ambassadors of the nation's language and culture.