Friday, 27 December 2013

Members of Jewish Group Accused of Attacking Suspected Antisemites

FSWC Reports:


Did the Jewish Defense League (LDJ – Ligue de Défense Juive) in France initiate attacks on French civilians suspected of anti-Semitism? Police in the city of Lyon believe it did and arrested six Jewish members of the local office on Tuesday on suspicion of carrying out two attacks against anti-Semitic activists. 

According to news agency reports, the first assault took place on December 21 in Lyon. The next day, last Sunday, another attack was carried out in Villeurbanne. Police suspect that the local "league" – a right-wing Jewish organization affiliated with the late Rabbi Meir Kahane – is behind these acts, and that the gang tracked down its victims on social networks. 


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