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The BNVCA files a complaint against a dangerous individual whose Facebook account calls for revolt, subversion, hatred, violence against France, and the death of “Zionists”

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The BNVCA relays the fear and anger expressed by many correspondents and Internet users who have discovered 

the death threats, the call for armed struggle and anti-Jewish anti-Zionism launched on the web and via the Facebook social network by a

individual who presents himself as Amine Gerard Royer

He calls for revolt, subversion and violence as much against France as against “Zionism”

he demands the dismissal of Emmanueĺ Macron and the death of “Zionists” For him “A good Zionist is a dead Zionist” Republique Fançaise.Flicaille = Racaille. He caricatures the new Israeli prime minister. Stupid in. Hitler 

The following links reveal and confirm the threat posed by this individual who claims Islam and wants to save the mosque of Nancy

The BNVCA considers this character to be dangerous. We ask that his his Facebook account 

be banned and we instruct our counsel, Maitre Franck Serfati, to have him brought to justice by filing a complaint against him .




Thank you April BENAYOUM !


Thank you April BENAYOUM!

The National Bureau of Vigilance Against Antisemitism, the BNVCA, expresses its gratitude to April Benayoum. Thanks to this young woman who uttered the simple word "Israeli" And in an instant, the whole of France was able to become aware of the extent and violence of anti-Semitism which reigns in the neighborhoods, in social networks, in the countryside, in the cities, in short in France. Facts that we have been denouncing for years but which did not cross the wall of compassionate gaze. Even insulted Finkielkraut had not reached this level. It is true that there is no comparison between the French Academy and the Miss France Competition. But both are France.

The Miss France pageant saw the crowning of Miss Normandy, in whom grace and beauty meet. Congratulations Miss Normandy!

When Miss Provence introduces herself, she declares that her Croatian mother and her Italian-Israeli father As soon as the problem arose: Israel, the word haunted by years of false propaganda about the Jewish Etqt "genocidal, apartheid, colonialist state" and others untruths meeting a real success, in accordance with the formula of Goebbels, this merry Nazi "the bigger the lie, the more it passes". So, the moment the word Israeli is spoken, a platform, which counts the messages, registers a peak. In a few minutes, 40 messages will be posted on social networks. From “Uncle Hitler should have exterminated Miss Provence” to “She doesn't know that Israel doesn't exist, it's Palestine”, we have all levels of abjection. A sort of compilation of clichés of anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic hatred, a live demonstration that it is indeed two sides of the same hatred, breaks under the haggard eyes of France still dazzled by the spectacle of so many beauties.

The last Miss France election

In the country of human rights, where some see in the election of Miss France a reminiscence of a macho and outdated France, the appointment of a candidate to popular vindictiveness risks signing the end of the Miss France election. . April Benayoum was no longer a young French woman with a beauty fallen from the sky, but a "Zionist" with all the attributes attached to this qualifier. Racism and anti-Semitism are displayed on all social networks: stigmatization, rejection and the worst becomes possible. Miss Provence has been the subject of an outpouring of hatred, because it seems that we have already entered racialist France. Where everyone is biologically or sexually determined with a point of paroxysm: the Jews still called "Zionists", associated with money, with Israel and with all the untruths of an omnipresent hate propaganda, from social networks to authorized demonstrations of Comics. The citizen disappears, replaced by labels, the worst of which – beyond the hatred of white people, of the policeman, of secular and democratic France – is that of Jew, which becomes the epitaph of the French citizen. Just as the intervention of the police finally during the last demonstration, was able to prevent the thugs from ransacking Paris again, thanks to a bold and determined movement. Likewise, in the face of this violence, we must respond without weakening.

Behind the screens, the roots of evil

Hidden behind their screens, the losers who talk about Uncle Hitler are the fruit of years of laissez-faire, complacency and denial. After the period when every Jew naturally benefited from the protection due to the cataclysm of the Holocaust, after 1967 and the damage of the "arrogant, dominating and self-confident people", there was the Intifada at the beginning of the 2000s with, according to the formula consecrated "the importation of conflict". Didn't we hear in the streets of Paris "France is ours" by quasi-illiterates with keffiyeh shouting their hatred to an Immortal or "Cut the Jews' throat" in Arabic, under police protection and with prefectural authorization. Yet that didn't change anything: emotion, rallying, speeches, tweets, Bds because we can't ignore those whose stock in trade is hatred of Israel and therefore of the Jews, continues. Last week a display in Toulouse featured a bloody poster with the Puma logo, sponsor of the Israeli football team, and the phrase Puma “official sponsor of the Israeli colonizers”. Twenty years of false propaganda tending to delegitimize the State of Israel, the only Jewish state, leave traces, especially on minds who, according to the expression, have as a "cultural code" the rejection of all that is Jewish or Israeli related. . The procrastination around the definition of anti-Semitism, which, to this day in France, still does not include anti-Zionism as well.

  Of course the BNVCA immediately filed a complaint. Of course, strong observatory against hate online and with the help of BTA we will identify anonymous anti-Semites Of course we alerted the authorities who reacted. Of course as usual we won't give up 

When will anonymity end on social networks?

There is not a day without a new personality being the subject of death threats, yesterday Elisabeth Lévy, not to mention the death threats against President Emmanuel Macron or earlier, those against Nicolas Sarkozy, all suspected of links with Jews. The end of anonymity on the networks, whatever the difficulties of implementation, must not wait any longer. Twitter, whose headquarters is in Los Angeles, should it not, before justice intervenes, be immediately withdrawn from its users and in particular from all politicians and journalists? As for the Dieudonnés and consorts purveyors of hatred, even condemned, they continue to spread their venom and to perform in public. The delays of justice are counted in years, while a tweet or a message only takes a few seconds. We look forward to the announced measures of immediate appearance

I myself was received as president of the BNVCA by the Cabinet of the Minister Marlène Schapppia within the framework of the law on separatism to give her our point of view with Maitre Baccouche 

And in real life

Finally, if social networks are the visible part of the iceberg of anti-Semitism, how many people today live in terror in their apartments, victims of harassment, insults and threats. Of course, in so-called sensitive neighborhoods, but also elsewhere from Neuilly/Seine to charming little provincial towns, people struggle in anguish with no recourse other than to wait, between walls oozing with fear while harassers keep walking and laughing. One can only be surprised, in this situation, that the community institutions, which are constantly collecting money, have not provided for an emergency fund dedicated to these people to help them find new accommodation. Should not the thought of Sarah Halimi remain omnipresent and encourage not only extreme vigilance, but also to take measures to get these people out of a hostile environment? Why can't Jewish children stay in public schools whose directors make the grim observation that they cannot guarantee their safety? Why were the perpetrators of the Aubervilliers attack released, although two of the four arrested were in an illegal situation? What is the actual monitoring of S files, its effectiveness? What is the integration planned for all those who arrive with such different cultures, when they are not in opposition to our way of life, whether it is with regard to women or Jews? At the end of excessively long procedures, the BNVCA wishes that, from now on, the damages will no longer bea symbolic euro but take into account that the perpetrators of the offenses of anti-Semitism or Holocaust denial contribute above all to compensating the memory of the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. One euro yes, but for each victim is six million euros. Unreasonable. Isn't it unreasonable to have allowed a virus to flourish for which the vaccine is still not known.

Finally, during the last demonstration, the intervention of the police was able to prevent, thanks to a bold and determined movement, that the thugs ransacked Paris once again. Likewise, in the face of this violence, we must respond without weakening.


Generations “Anti-Semitism”. What future ?


Highlighting the ugly face of racism and anti-Semitism must not continue to disfigure France. Let's not let the light of France flicker, too much blood has been shed to revive it. The law on the reinforcement of republican principles must fully grasp this dimension.

Antisemitism, like Covid 19, is a virus that can only be contained by mobilizing and empowering everyone. Every centimeter lost in the fight against all forms of violence jeopardizes French society, of which Jews are an integral and integrated part. .


 The discomfort of the Jews of. France is real and our concern is growing; we who at the BNVCA are both the sentinel and the fighter                 

Anti-Semitism Generations; this is how history will describe Jewish children born since 2000 They have known nothing but having to be careful to avoid being targeted, having to take off their yarmulkes, close the walls, leave public school, hide their origin their belief and so on Do they still have a future in this old Europe and in France I doubt it because. France and the European Union are still passionately and obsessively in love with a hypothetical Palestine which leads them to despise Israeli democracy This attitude, carried to the point of iniquitous decisions by international bodies, is likely to encourage the behavior hostile to Israel which manifests itself on social networks to threaten and insult a young girl in the Miss France 2020 contest. There is no doubt that this competition will remain etched in the history of anti-Semitism in France. 


Sammy Ghozlan and Evelyne Gougenheim

Bill on Separatism, The BNVCA received at the Ministry of the Interior for Consultation


The BNVCA invited by the Ministry of the Interior for a consultation on the draft law on the strengthening of republican principles



The BNVCA was invited by the Ministry of the Interior, more specifically by the Office of Ms. Marlene Schiappa, Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Interior in charge of Citizenship, to participate in the consultations prior to the debate on the bill initially named on separatism and became a bill on the strengthening of republican principles.

The President of the BNVCA Sammy Ghozlan and our adviser Maître Charles Baccouche were received at the Ministry of the Interior on December 1 by Mr Sébastien Jallet Préfet, director of the Cabinet of Mrs Schiappa and Mr LeAdviser Thomas URDY

 During the interview during which the authorities explained the aims and effects of this bill, Maître Charles. Baccouche referred to the legal action taken by the BNVCA against the actions of. BDS incitement to hatred of Israel which instigated anti-Jewish act. And Sammy. Ghozlan President of the BNVCA recalled the long and incessant fight of the BNVCA against the hatred that develops on social networks, a symptom of a sick democracy He insisted on the need to quickly put in place this law which will reinforce the principle of secularism and will allow Internet users who are perpetrators of hatred and threats to be quickly punished by the courts. Similarly, the 2 representatives of the BNVCA expressed their conviction that this law will make it possible to restore the authority of the State, particularly in sectors where separatist and extremist elements , Islamists would like to impose their religious laws instead of the laws of the Republic 

The interview took place in a very informative and cordial atmosphere.

Mr. Sammy Ghozlan has made a commitment to his hosts, to help promote this bill, and to ensure that the BNVCA as a whole supports this important and long-awaited law.




'We've been waiting for it for so long': Moroccan Judaism now taught in history textbooks



'We've been waiting for it for so long': Moroccan Judaism now taught in history textbooks


By Jassim Ahdani ( Article )

Lhe history program in textbooks has seen several new features this fall. The inclusion of paleoanthropological discoveries and major archaeological sites in the country was particularly welcomed by public opinion. The Ministry of National Education, overseeing this operation, has also included a chapter on Moroccan Jewish heritage in the historical narrative of CE2 classes. The chapter in question offers three essential focuses on the Jewish cultural affluent in the Moroccan constitution, the visit of King Mohammed VI to Musee of jewish memory Bayt Dakira in Essaouira and the multimillennial Jewish presence in Morocco.





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Israel hopes for a final round of US sanctions against Tehran

Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, will begin a tour of the Middle East before the change of Administration in the United States.

Donald Trump wants to keep the pressure on Iran to the end. According to indiscretions from Israel and Washington, the outgoing American president has planned a new series of sanctions against the regime in Tehran. It could be made public next week by Mike Pompeo. The American Secretary of State will make a trip that looks like a farewell tour of the Middle East before the change of Administration in the United States. He will travel to Israel in particular on Wednesday, before being received in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar, countries which have all sent more or less messages of congratulations to the future tenant of the Maison- Blanche after the announcement of his victory. According to a statement from the State Department, it will be a question of discussing with its regional allies “joint efforts to confront Iran's malign behavior”.

The sanctions would not be directly linked to the Iranian nuclear file. They would punish Tehran for its ballistic missile development program, its human rights violations and its support for groups "terrorists". They would concern companies that trade with Tehran in the arms, aviation or communications sectors, but also Iranian individuals and entities. The Trump Administration would like to mark the first anniversary of the most violent crackdown in Iran since the Islamic Revolution of 1979. Some 1 demonstrators were killed last November during unrest sparked by a rise in the gasoline prices.

"Maximum Pressure"

Officials implicated in the alleged killing of civilians, government figures and security services would be targeted. “If this is true, it will simply be indicative of the desperation of a hostile Administration“Reacted Alireza Miryousefi, spokesman for the mission of Iran to the United Nations in New York, in a press release to Reuters.

The maneuver of thelame duck" of the White House aims, according to the Israeli media, to make it more difficult to open a dialogue between the future American president and Tehran, by locking Joe Biden in a deep web of coercive measures that he will find difficult to be undone with the stroke of a pen, if that is his will.

In a meeting with reporters in Jerusalem on Monday, Elliot Abrams, the US special representative for Iran, said that "the increase in sanctions is part of a long-term policy" to compel the regime to engage in comprehensive negotiations for a stricter nuclear deal. "We have a maximum pressure program… and this will continue in November and December", did he declare. He admitted that the next president has the right to reverse the policy of his predecessor, but would be hard pressed to see that happen without a significant change in Iranian leadership.

«I don't think going back to the JCPAO (nuclear agreement with Iran, editor's note) in 2021 is a simple prospect", he said. An approach that corresponds to that of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who encouraged and supported Donald Trump in his withdrawal from this agreement. He will now have to deal with an American president who does not share all his convictions. According to Joe Biden, Donald Trump “recklessly tossed a policy that worked to keep America safe and replaced it with a policy that aggravated the threat».

Source: © Israel hopes for a final round of US sanctions against Tehran

Saudi Arabia: attack against the non-Muslim cemetery in Jeddah

Saudi Arabia: attack against the non-Muslim cemetery in Jeddah

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A grenade was thrown during a commemorative ceremony of November 11 in which French and Western diplomats participated.

Twelve days after a knife attack against a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah, a new attack was perpetrated this Wednesday morning during a commemorative ceremony of November 11. A grenade was thrown over the wall of the cemetery for non-Muslims in the port city on the Red Sea, according to several sources contacted in Saudi Arabia by Le Figaro. It would have injured 4 including a Greek national and an Italian, according to a European diplomat, but no French. Saudi guards were also reportedly hit.

Was France once again targeted? " This is an isolated act, France is not targeted “says a French source in Riyadh, the capital. Another Western diplomatic source adds, however, that it was France that organized the commemorative ceremony of November 11.

« The consul general of France, those of Italy, Great Britain, Greece and Lebanon were present at this ceremony, as well as the French and British defense attachés “says a security source. According to this, the assailant was arrested. "France strongly condemns this cowardly attack that nothing can justify", reacted the Quai d'Orsay, calling on the Saudi authorities "to shed all the light» on this act and in «identify and prosecute perpetrators».

Wednesday's attack appears to be an attack. The theater is once again Jeddah, the second city of Arabia where the atmosphere is relatively more liberal than elsewhere in the country. "It's a sad day," says a French expatriate in Arabia. On October 29 when the nice basilica was the scene of a deadly attack, a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah was attacked with a knife by a Saudi national. He was arrested soon after by the Saudi authorities. The guard had been injured, but his life was not endangered.

«We are awaiting a reaction from the French Embassy»

The authorities of the kingdom, where an ultra-conservative Islam reigns, have condemned the attacks which have bloodied France in recent weeks. But at the same time, Saudi religious authorities denounced the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by the weekly Charlie Hebdo.

In Jeddah, shortly after Wednesday's attack, the US consulate issued a statement calling on its citizens to exercise the utmost caution. The French Embassy in Riyadh observes silence. " We are awaiting a reaction from the French Embassy “, says a diplomat from a European country, contacted. Saudi Arabia was to host the G-20 summit in ten days, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual meeting of the greats of this world will take place virtually by videoconference.

After Emmanuel Macron's remarks on the " Islamist separatism and his commitment not to renounce caricatures, anti-French demonstrations broke out in many Muslim countries and calls for boycott French products were launched. In some countries, the portrait of the French head of state has even been set on fire.

To calm things down, Emmanuel Macron engaged in a pedagogical exercise on the Qatari television channel Al-Jazeera and in the British daily Financial Times. In recent days, Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Foreign Affairs, has toured Egypt and Morocco to try, again, to dispel misunderstandings, repeating that France has nothing against Islam.

See also – Saudi Arabia: a guard of the French consulate in Jeddah wounded with a knife


National tribute to Samuel Paty: The moving entry of the coffin on U2's "One" | The HuffPost

National tribute to Samuel Paty

The moving entry of the coffin on U2's "One" | The HuffPost

For this ceremony of homage to the professor, his family had chosen one of his favorite music for the entry of his coffin into the courtyard of honor of the Sorbonne.

NATIONAL TRIBUTE – “One love, one blood, one life”. It is on the words of U2 that the coffin of Samuel Paty entered the courtyard of honor of the Sorbonne this October 21 at 19:30 p.m. the national tribute to the beheaded professor last Fridayas you can see in the video above.

The family chose the music "One" of the Irish group to pay tribute to him, one of the favorite music of the beheaded history and geography teacher the 16 last October.

Output in 1992, music speaks of love, but also of unity and unity, a strong message after this terrible tragedy. It would have been written to evoke several news like the fight against AIDS, the reunification of theGermany or the reconciliation of the group.

On the last musical notes, the coffin was placed in the middle of the courtyard. A red cushion on which was the Legion of Honor was added.

Source: © National tribute to Samuel Paty: The moving entry of the coffin on U2's "One" | The HuffPost

Father Desbois at 23 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Father Desbois at 23 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20, 2020

The 23 p.m. news from franceinfo on Tuesday October 20, 2020 presented by Patricia Loison on franceinfo, can be viewed online in replay to see and review this television news which deciphers the news. Find the latest news from the weekend, major reports, Eurozapping, interviews and explanations from the editorial staff on all national and international news.

Barbara Lefebvre: "The Republic has let it be believed that Islamism was an opinion like any other"

FIGAROVOX / TRIBUNE – There is no moderate Islamism, judge Barbara Lefebvre. According to the teacher and essayist, the attack against Samuel Paty is the fruit of thirty years of softness and lukewarmness.

Barbara Lefebvre, teacher and essayist, is the author of Generation I have the right (ed. Albin Michel, 2018).

Leaving his college this Friday afternoon, Samuel Paty was probably relieved to be on vacation. These first seven weeks of classes were trying between the constraints of sanitary measures, then at the beginning of October the turmoil, following attacks from a parent of a student. The latter found assistance from a pro-Hamas Islamist member of the Council of Imams of France, the CCIF, and the Pantin mosque. Together, they launched a false campaign on social networks which is similar to a fatwa against Samuel Paty.

In this ordeal, did Samuel Paty feel alone or supported by his colleagues as he should? Perhaps he thought the vacation would ease the tension so that he excitedly reunited with his students on November 2. He was therefore returning to his home, on foot, at the end of the afternoon when he abruptly left Conflans-Sainte-Honorine to find himself immersed in the Algeria of the GIA years, in the Syria of the Islamic State, in the Afghanistan from the Taliban, in Nigeria from Boko Haram, in Mali from the Signatories by blood.

Because, by regular eclipses, this is where our France today falls. In a few moments, a life, lives, switch to another space-time: that of jihad. Dread seizes us, emotion invades us, tributes are organized. But so far, no serious fight against the cancer of political Islam has been engaged. Locked in denial or indifference, since Creil in 1989, our leaders have advocated homeopathy, then after 2015 the anti-terrorist laws fell under antibiotic treatment, just as ineffective for treating cancer.

He needed chemotherapy, coupled with a long radiotherapy because of the many metastases resulting from thirty years of denial. Today, where is the leader who would dare a last resort shock treatment, ready to shake the whole social body to target a deadly tyrannical minority?

He was therefore returning to his home, on foot, at the end of the afternoon when he abruptly left Conflans-Sainte-Honorine to find himself immersed in the Algeria of the GIA years.

Political Islam isthe disease of islamas Abdelwahab Meddeb wrote. Islamism is primarily the business of Muslims: it is up to them to keep their distance if they claim that their faith is apolitical and peaceful. It is up to Muslims not to adopt the lifestyles, dress codes, devout practices, racist, anti-Semitic, sexist ideas of the Islamists. Living in a secular democracy like France is an extraordinary opportunity for Muslims to distinguish themselves from Islamists.

Alas, by softening for forty years in its founding principles, often falling into the vilest political clientelism, the Republic has led Muslims to believe that Islamism was "an opinion like any other". There were "Moderate Taliban", of the "quietist salafists“, women disguised as walking ghosts transformed into paragons of the feminist fight… The relativism of “no amalgam” has made Islamic radicalism attractive for some of the Muslims of this country, moreover nourished by a postcolonial grudge that militants , supposedly anti-racist, have been in charge of fueling for two decades.

Political Islam is also a disease for the majority of French people who are not Muslims. The jihadists transpose into action the Salafist, Brotherhood and Wahhabi doctrines and their genocidal project, their totalitarian supremacy. No wonder Hitler is a role model for so many Islamists: from the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem al-Husseini, installed in Berlin during the war, to the preacher al-Qaradawi protected by Qatar. To hinder this totalitarianism, action must be taken by expelling from French territory the jihadist criminals and delinquents and the ideologues who are their fuel.

Definitively expel foreign and dual-national Islamists (who can be stripped of French nationality without making them stateless). Constantly monitor reported French nationals, punish them, in particular by suspending all social assistance. In addition, a Republic that protects should better watch over the thousands of children living in these toxic educational environments.

Islamism is primarily the business of Muslims: it is up to them to keep their distance if they claim that their faith is apolitical and peaceful.

Not being a member of the club of optimists, I fear that the murder of Samuel Paty will not lead to the strict measures which are essential after thirty years of laissez-faire. The emotion of the tributes will still cover our anger. The horror of this Islamist crime will silence for a few moments the “yes, but…”, so much heard after Charlie hebdo, and towards Mila. If Samuel Paty had not died but his conflict with the student's parent had been publicized, we imagine that a TV gutter juggler would have organized a "yes-no" debate where his columnists would have belched against this teacher. which shows caricatures and "offends Muslim children". As they had slandered Mila, who lives under police protection.

Samuel Paty only did his job, applying the civic education program. He worked to uplift the young minds entrusted to him by offering them to think for themselves, probably the most difficult of intellectual attitudes in our world of ready-made thoughts, of pathological intellectual taxonomy. He wanted to make the world less binary, less obscurantist. Peaceful majorities are always overthrown by ultra-violent minorities. The vast majority of his students understood his approach, they were open to democratic debate.

A tiny minority opted for jihad: the lying word of a child relayed by fundamentalist parents supported by an Islamist militant and various pharmacies of the same obedience, then execution by the jihadist. All this for two drawings. Cartoons that must continue to be shown to students, to explain their political meaning. It is a duty for Samuel Paty, for the dead of Charlie. A duty so that we do not all become the living dead in a France on borrowed time.

SEE ALSO – Enlightenment Islam: do you believe it?

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