Protect France’s Jews and Muslims, while tackling radical Islam
Rabbis, imams and the mother of a Muslim victim of killer Mohammed Merah all want more government and grassroots help to confront the growing number of Islamist radicals - and to ensure their personal safety.
Her mere presence on-stage brought the house down. "Since my son was killed by the terrorist Merah, this is the first time I have gone out at night and mixed with people," Latifa Ibn Ziaten told 300 people gathered for the annual dinner of Radio J, one of four Jewish stations in Paris. "I feel like I am with family, here with you."