April 11, 2014

Is a French Intifada Brewing?

Marc Hecker, The American Interest

The Associated Press

France has Europe’s largest Muslim and Jewish communities. The outbreaks of anti-Semitic violence since the Second Intifada are only the most visible signs of an unstable and fraught situation.

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