Real Anti-Semitism Watch

07.05.128:26 PM ET

More Anti-Jewish Violence in Toulouse

REMOVING REFERENCE TO MOTHER, CORRECTING AS RELATIVE
Israeli relatives mourn during the funeral of victims of the Toulouse school shooting at the Givat Shaun cemetery in Jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Thousands of weeping mourners crowded into the Jerusalem cemetery for the funerals of three French-Israeli children and a teacher killed in a shooting spree at a Jewish school in France on March 19. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA        (Photo credit should read MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/GettyImages)
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.