"Religious personalities, including Dalil Boubakeur, head of the Paris Mosque and chairman of the Council of Muslims in France, and Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, were also present in the forefront of the march. " We are talking about the march following the murder of ilan Halimi. But this next sounds too rational to be bearable, right? "?I think we have to look at this as part and parcel of a different phenomenon, the phenomenon of urban violence,? said Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the archbishop of Paris. ?The remedy therefore has to be found in society?s combat against all forms of violent conflict, not anti-Semitism.?"
Police disperse hundreds in brawl in Kafr Manda, northern Israel (Haaretz)
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