Real Anti-Semitism Watch


More Anti-Jewish Violence in Toulouse

Israeli relatives mourn during the funeral of victims of the Toulouse school shooting at the Givat Shaun cemetery in Jerusalem on March 21, 2012. (Menahem Kahana / AFP / Getty Images)

The Jewish school Ozar Hatorah, in Toulouse, France doesn't need to teach its students about anti-Semitism; it's on the curriculum of daily experience. Today, just months after an Islamist gunman shot and killed three students and a Rabbi at the school, another student, wearing a Star of David around his neck, was attacked on his train ride home. European Jewish Press reports that he was attacked verbally and then physically:

The victim, who wore identifiable religious symbols, was subjected to verbal insults in the train the first instance, according to the official announcement, which continued: "The teenager was then attacked in the platform toilets by two individuals who beat him up."

No wonder so many French Jews want to move to Israel.