A new book forthrightly stares the various brands of French anti-Semitism in the face. Whether the author succeeds in placing them in their proper context is another question.
Charles Swann and Alfred Dreyfus.
“If you call yourself an anti-Semite, they run you out of town; if you call yourself an anti-Zionist, you get tenure.”
Alain Finkielkraut and Charles Péguy.
Radical Islam or reefer madness?
Blame the Jews and the bicyclists.
Anti-Semitism in a yellow vest.
Holocaust education isn’t the answer.
French socialists have moved in a Corbynite direction.
Shouting “death to the Jews” doesn’t count as incitement.
They were plugged into an international network of Iberian exiles.