Paris Jews at Odds Over Where the Dead – and Living - Belong

The decision to bury the four victims of the Hyper Cacher attack in Israel, rather than in their native France, underscores the community's ambivalence about the land they live in.

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PARIS — Some one million people are said to be buried in Cimeti re parisien de Pantin, the largest cemetery in France. More than 8,000 trees grow here, and 32 kilometers of roads crisscross the vast grounds,...