'People Are Afraid of Her': On Election Day, French Israelis Are Split

While many French voters in Tel Aviv see the incumbent president Emmanuel Macron as the only option for France, voters in Netanya are willing to give Marine Le Pen a chance for the first time

Eléonore Weil
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As polling places across France opened Sunday morning for the runoff presidential election between incumbent Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, young French Israelis in Tel Aviv seemed insulted when asked who they had voted for.

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