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hile the war in Iraq has
increased tensions in France,
even sparking a new wave of
attacks on Jews, the government is
serious about taking on the problem
of anti-Semitism, according to the
leader of France's main secular Jewish
organization.
"Just over the past weeks, I have
held meetings with the prime minister
and the ministers of the interior, edu-
cation and justice. They have all
strongly expressed their opposition to
anti-Semitism," said Roger Cukier-
man, president of the CRIF umbrella
organization of French Jews.
However, Jews in France remain
concerned, even if they are confident
in the protection provided by the
French state. "The danger for Jews lies
principally with Muslims here who
represent around 10 percent of the
French population," Cukierman said.
They feel a strong solidarity with the
Palestinians, and today, they feel that •
same solidarity with Iraq."
According to a recent poll, in fact,
more than a quarter of French Jews are
considering leaving France in the wake
of a serious wave of attacks targeting
the country's - Jewish community. "The
problem is that French Muslims are
unable to distinguish between Jews
and Israelis. Unfortunately, there's no
word in Arabic for 'Israelis,' there is
just `Yahud,'" or Jew, Cukierman said.
Since the start of the U.S. and
British war against Iraq, the following
major anti-Semitic attacks have
occurred in France:
• March 22: Two Jewish youths were
beaten by demonstrators during an
anti-war protest outside the headquar-
ters of the Zionist youth movement
Hashomer Hatzair.
• March 24: A man wearing a kipah
was attacked at a gas station in north-
ern Paris.
• March 26: A Jewish man found a
Star of David carved on the front of
his car in western Paris. Also, a Jewish
man was beaten on the Champs
Elysees.
• March 27: A Jewish woman was
briefly hospitalized after being hit by a
stone thrown from an adjoining build-
ing at a synagogue in a Paris suburb.
• March 28-29: A synagogue door
was burned in western Paris. A
Molotov cocktail was thrown at the
back of a synagogue in southern
Paris.

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