A reign of terror for Jews in France

In November, three people, one of whom was sporting an Islamic State t-shirt, accosted and stabbed another Jewish teacher while hurling anti-Semitic insults at him.
A month earlier, a mentally unstable man known to police stabbed a rabbi and two other worshippers outside a synagogue.

The crimes have Marseille’s Jewish community on edge.

“The community of Marseille lives together in harmony,” Zvi Ammar, the head of the Israelite Consistory of Marseille, told BFMTV. “But for the past several months we’re sensing a radicalization.”