Again, the European establishment denies anti-Semitism.
There’s plenty of concern to go around, just not for fellow Jews.
Allegedly there is no anti-Semitism in France—only Jewish “communalism.”
Ask not “where,” but “why.”
“Every one shall sit in safety under his own vine and fig tree and there shall be none to make him afraid.”
In all likelihood, yes.
In the effort to enforce its political principles, France is weakening them.
The image of a “French republican idyll” masks a history of repeated anti-Jewish prejudice, and worse.
American readers might consider the flight of French Jewry to be as foreign as foie gras. But there are warnings to be heeded even by them.
Maybe, maybe not.
Liberal American Jews still feel like they can support the left without repudiating Zionism.
Fix the schools.