An anti-Semitic tag found on Monday January 23 on a storefront in Paris.
PARIS – A dozen storefronts were tagged with anti-Semitic inscriptions on Monday January 23 in Parisin the 9th arrondissement, between rue des Martyrs and avenue Trudaine.
Among these degradations, we find for example a star of David painted on the lowered curtain of a cheese dairy, on that of a bicycle salesman or even an inscription ” I am racist “ on an electrical cabinet.
If the registrations have since been cleaned, the Minister of Transport Clement Beaune reacted this Tuesday, January 24 on Twitter. “Inconceivable, in the heart of Paris: to vomit, to condemn and to punish”he wrote on the social network, sharing a tweet from the Union of Jewish Students of France with…