In Paris, Jewish students find public schools a no-go zone

“Enrolling a Jewish kid into a public school was normal when I was growing up,” Tayar said in a recent interview as he waited with two helmets in hand to pick up his youngest from her Jewish elementary school in eastern Paris. “Nowadays forget it; no longer realistically possible. Anti-Semitic bullying means it would be too damaging for any Jewish kid you put there.”

  • Gary

    Won’t be long before the headline replaces France with Canada.

    Justin knows the the Muslims have just out numbered the jews for
    the last Census, so he’s now going Full-Throttle to bring in another 175,000 sunni muslim migrants in the guise of refugees.