Remember: “youths” is mainstream media code for Islamic supremacist thugs in France. Does anyone in France have the courage to stand up against Islamic antisemitism in that country? Pamela Geller points out: “This 12-year-old Jewish boy was beaten near the city’s Ozar Hatorah school, part of the same educational network as the Toulouse school that was the site of the deadly jihadist shooting attack last week.”
“Boy beaten near Paris Jewish school amid tensions,” by Thomas Adamson for the Associated Press, March 27 (thanks to Ted):
PARIS (AP) “” A 12-year-old boy was beaten outside his Jewish school in Paris by youths reciting anti-Semitic slogans, school officials said, amid high security and tensions in France following killings of Jewish children and a rabbi last week.
The boy did not suffer serious injuries.
Both the school shooting and this week’s beating involved the Ozar Hatorah network of Jewish schools.
Emotions have been raw in France, especially within the half-million-strong Jewish community, since a gunman shot a rabbi and his two sons, 3 and 5 years old, and the 8-year-old daughter of the principal of the Ozar Hatorah School in the southern city of Toulouse on March 19.
A radical Muslim gunman named Mohamed Merah claimed responsibility for that attack and killing three French paratroopers, before he was shot to death by police.
The 12-year-old boy was hit and punched in the back of his head Monday afternoon as he left the Ozar Hatorah School in southeast Paris, the school’s human resources director, Katia Normal, said Tuesday. She said the aggressors were two boys a couple of years older than the victim who recited anti-Semitic slogans.
It happened about 100 meters from the entrance and therefore out of sight of the police officers guarding the school.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy ordered security increased at Jewish and Muslim schools and synagogues after last week’s shooting….
Why Muslim schools? Who is beating up Muslim children?
Jean-Paul Amoyelle, president of the Ozar Hatorah network in France, lamented Monday’s beating.
“There was a feeling of solidarity for our schools after this drama (in Toulouse),” he told The Associated Press. “Now I fear that this has provoked a hostile reaction, shown by the attitude of these boys who called him dirty Jew and beat him up.”