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A troubling tide of anti-Semitism is sweeping Britain and France

13 November 2021

10:28 AM

13 November 2021

10:28 AM

A day after the Israeli ambassador to Britain, Tzipi Hotovely, was harassed as she left the London School of Economics, a murder trial in France reached its grisly conclusion. Yacine Mihoub was handed a life term after being convicted of stabbing 85-year-old Mireille Knoll multiple times and then setting her body alight in March 2018.

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