Paris' Hyper Cacher Kosher Market to Reopen Sunday

The store, which was badly damaged in January attack that left four dead, has been renovated and restaffed, according to AFP.

JTA
Haaretz
Send in e-mailSend in e-mail
People pay tribute to the four victims of the terror attack on the Hyper Cacher supermarket, Paris, Jan. 10, 2015.
People pay tribute to the four victims of the terror attack on the Hyper Cacher supermarket, Paris, Jan. 10, 2015.Credit: Reuters
JTA
Haaretz

The kosher supermarket on the edge of Paris that was the site of a bloody hostage situation in January will reopen Sunday.

Hyper Cacher, which was badly damaged in the attack, has been renovated and restaffed, according to AFP.

On January 9, two days after the shooting at Paris’ Charlie Hebdo magazine that left 12 dead, Muslim terrorist Amedy Coulibaly killed four Jewish hostages at the Hyper Cacher market before being killed by police who stormed the building.

The market, located in the Port de Vincennes neighborhood in eastern Paris, is part of the Hyper Cacher chain of kosher markets in France and Italy.

Click the alert icon to follow topics:

Comments

SUBSCRIBERS JOIN THE CONVERSATION FASTER

Automatic approval of subscriber comments.
From $1 for the first month

SUBSCRIBE
Already signed up? LOG IN

ICYMI

Charles Lindbergh addressing an America First Committee rally on October 3, 1941.

Ken Burns’ Brilliant ‘The U.S. and the Holocaust’ Has Only One Problem

The projected rise in sea level on a beach in Haifa over the next 30 years.

Facing Rapid Rise in Sea Levels, Israel Could Lose Large Parts of Its Coastline by 2050

Prime Minister Yair Lapid, this month.

Lapid to Haaretz: ‘I Have Learned to Respect the Left’

“Dubi,” whose full name is secret in keeping with instructions from the Mossad.

The Mossad’s Fateful 48 Hours Before the Yom Kippur War

Tal Dilian.

As Israel Reins in Its Cyberarms Industry, an Ex-intel Officer Is Building a New Empire

Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III and a British synagogue.

How the Queen’s Death Changes British Jewry’s Most Distinctive Prayer