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'Good Jew' hashtag explodes on French Twitter
#UnBonJuif trended high in the French twittersphere with a barrage of anti-Semitic jokes.
A French nonprofit said it was considering making complaints against some Twitter users following an explosion of French-language anti-Semitic messages.
SOS Racisme, a Paris-based anti-discrimination organization, made the statement after the phrase "UnBonJuif" on Wednesday became the third most popular hashtag among French Twitter users.
Literally meaning "a good Jew," it served thousands of Twitter users to enter what the French daily Le Monde termed "a competition of anti-Semitic jokes."
One Twitter user posted a picture of an emaciated Jewish woman taken in a Nazi concentration camp as an example of "a good Jew." Others tweeted that "a good Jew is a dead Jew."
Jonathan Hayoun, president of the Union of French Jewish Students, called on Twitter to "put in place a new system to moderate" anti-Semitic tweets.
On Monday, the most popular hashtag in France was "LaRafle," meaning "the roundup" - the title of a 2010 film about the Holocaust-era deportation of French Jews that was aired the previous day by a public broadcaster. Twitter defined the LaRafle hashtag as "related to UnBonJuif." Many tweets containing the LaRafle hashtag were anti-Semitic, and some users denied the Holocaust.