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April 05, 1985 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 5, 1985

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Film Festival Bombing
Sparks Paris Protest

Paris (JTA) — Leaders of
French political and cultural life
and thousands of ordinary Pari-
sians reacted to the latest incident
of anti-Semitic violence here over
the weekend with a mixture of
outrage over the act and outpour-
ings of sympathy and solidarity
with the Jewish community.
Thousands of demonstrators
marched through the center of the
city Sunday to protest Friday
night's bombing of the small
Rivoli Beaubourg cinema where
the fourth International Jewish
Film Festival was taking place.
A bomb concealed under a seat
in the last row exploded at 9:45
p.m. Eighteen pecple were injured
by falling plaster or suffered
burns. Of three burn victims, two
remained hospitalized early this
week, one of them required skin
grafts.
President Francois Mitterand,
who is attending a European
summit conference in Brussels,
expressed the prevailing senti-
ment in a cable of "solidarity with
the victims and all of France's

Jews." He called for a promptand
vigorious investigation.
Similar expressions came from
government ministers and oppo-
sition leaders, deputies and repre-
sentatives of the entire political
spectrum. Even the extreme
rightwing National Front, which
many French Jews suspect of
anti-Semitism, condemned the
bombing "without the slightest
reservations" and called on police
to make every effort to apprehend
the perpetrators.
Interior Minister Pierre Joxe,
who was one of the first to reach
the cinema after the bombing,
pledged that the national police
will "do all it can" to find the ter-
rorists. Mayor Jacques Chirac of
Paris made the same commitment
on behalf of the Paris police force.
There were no immediate clues
however. Two neo-Nazi groups be-
latedly claimed responsibility for
the bombing in anonymous tele-
phone calls to the French news
agency, Agence France Presse.
Another caller, in Beirut, told an
American news agency the bomb-
ing was the work of the "Islamic

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