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‘Catastrophe’: Antisemitic French Mayor Forced to Remove Islamic Jew-Hatred Street Sign After Backlash

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 9:09
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How did it go so far? How did it get so bad? With the spike Muslim immigration, Jew-hatred is now systemic in France. A Paris suburb named a street for the “nakba” — an Arab-language for “catastrophe” of the founding of Israel.

The real “catastrophe” is the ruin of French culture and secular freedom.

A municipality near Paris named a street for the “nakba” — an Arab-language word that means “catastrophe” and which many Palestinian Arabs use to denote Israel’s creation.

The mayor of the municipality of Bezons in the northwestern Paris region, Dominique Lesparre, unveiled the sign for Nakba Alley on Monday. Under Lesparre, who is a communist politician, the municipality also declared David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, a “war criminal” (INN).

‘Nakba Alley’ Signs Removed From Paris Suburb Following Complaints and Vandalism

Signs commemorating the Nakba could ‘seriously disrupt public order,’ according to a top French government official

JTA, June 13, 2018:

Signs naming a Paris-area street for the Nakba — an Arab-language word that means “catastrophe” and which many Palestinians use to denote Israel’s creation — were removed less than a day after they were installed.

On Tuesday afternoon, the signs for Nabka Alley were ordered removed by the mayor of the Bezons municipality in the northwestern Paris region. Dominique Lesparre made the order at the request of the top central government official for the Val-d’Oise region, who said they could “seriously disrupt public order,” according to reports.

“The affixing of these signs and the commentary that they contain constitutes a statement of position that breaks with the principle of republican neutrality,” the official said in a letter to Lesparre, according to the CRIF umbrella group of French Jewish communities. The letter went on to say: “Consequently, I ask you to remove them as soon as you receive this letter and inform me immediately.”

Graffiti had been painted on the signs after their installation on Monday.

CRIF President Francis Kalifat in a statement had called the renaming of the street “false declarations, shockingly irresponsible and dangerous. They encourage anti-Semitic violence, which is now given false historical justification.”

A banner hangs from an olive tree showing a ‘key’ and the word ‘return’ written in Arabic on June 12, 2018 in Bezons, a suburb of Paris.


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