Killing Ground on the Seine

August 1982
Time;8/23/1982, Vol. 120 Issue 8, p39
The article reports on anti-Jewish campaigns and crimes committed against Jews in Paris, France. According to the author, Jews became the target of a submachine-gun attack in Jo Goldberg's restaurant where six people died and 22 injured. It adds that Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin blamed French President François Mitterrand for creating an anti-semitic climate that fostered the attack. It also states that more Jews feared the rekindling of anti-semitism in Europe.


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