Of course AP didn't say that. Many of these incidents happened in passive voice. As for the rest, the perpetrators, according to AP, were these: "Assailants." "Someone." "A 27-year-old Dane born in Lebanon to Palestinian parents." And "a gang of 15-20 youths." Yet oddly enough, France's interior minister met with Muslim as well as Jewish leaders. Now, why was that? What do Muslims have to do with these assailants, this Dane, and this gang of youths?
In a story like this, the truth can't help but come out, in spite of the PC mainstream media's best attempts to ignore or deny it.
Eurabia Update: "Fears mount of Gaza conflict spill over in Europe," by John Leicester for Associated Press, January 6 (thanks to all who sent this in, and who sent in stories about these individual attacks over the last two days while I have been on the road):
PARIS – Government officials and Jewish leaders are concerned the conflict in Gaza may spill over into violence in Europe, with attacks reported against Jews and synagogues in France, Sweden and Britain.
Assailants rammed a burning car into the gates of a synagogue in Toulouse, in southwest France, Monday night.
A Jewish congregation in Helsingborg, in southern Sweden, was attacked Monday night by someone who "broke a window and threw in something that was burning," said police spokesman Leif Nilsson. And on Sunday slogans, including "murderers ... You broke the cease-fire," were daubed on Israel's Embassy in Stockholm.
In Denmark, a 27-year-old Dane born in Lebanon to Palestinian parents is alleged to have injured two young Israelis last week in a shooting police suspect could be linked to the Gaza crisis. Belgium ordered police in Antwerp and Brussels to be on increased state of alert Tuesday after recent pro-Palestinian protests ended in violence and arrests.
France has Western Europe's largest Jewish and Muslim communities and a history of anti-Semitic violence flaring when tensions in the Middle East are high. In 2002, some 2,300 Jews left France for Israel because they felt unsafe. Even in normal times, anti-Semitic incidents are not uncommon.
President Nicolas Sarkozy warned in a statement Tuesday that France would not tolerate violence linked to the Gaza crisis. A day earlier, his interior minister said she was concerned about the prospect of contagion and met with the heads of the two main Muslim and Jewish groups and police officials to stress the need to "preserve national unity."
Jews in the small Strasbourg suburb of Lingolsheim in eastern France woke up Tuesday to find graffiti with words like "assassins" spray-painted on the outside walls of their synagogue. The community filed a complaint for "degradation of a place of worship," the mayor's office said.
Damage to the synagogue in Toulouse was limited to a blackened gate. Police said unlighted gasoline bombs were found in a car nearby and in the synagogue's yard. A local Jewish leader, Armand Partouche, said he believed the assailants fled when the building's alarm went off....
Here it comes, the ritual condemnation:
French Muslim leader Mohammed Moussaoui condemned the attack, saying no motive could justify an assault on any place of worship....
AP apparently did not ask Mohammed Moussaoui what measures the Muslim community in France was taking to make sure that such attacks would not happen in the future, and that antisemitism did not spread among Muslims in France.