As Soldiers Guard Parisian Synagogues, Jews Question Their Place – and Their Safety – in France

In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris and Toulouse, the Jews of France are reassessing their place in a republic which is undergoing a rude reawakening of its own. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.

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PARIS – “Who knew we had so many synagogues?” has become a recurring joke among Parisian Jews in recent weeks.