‘No Jews’ job ad in France sparks outrage

A French anti-racism organization on Tuesday filed an official complaint for discrimination after a company published a job ad online looking for a computer graphics designer who “if possible” is “not Jewish.”

The job description, which was published Monday on specialized website www.graphic-jobs.com by graphic design agency NSL Studio and has since been removed, sparked a furor on the Internet.

The company has distanced itself from “the anti-Semitic comments that were published on February 2, 2015 on the site,” it says on its website, where it also announced having filed a complaint so that a probe can determine “who is responsible for this publication”…