Attack in Toulouse a ‘Red Light’ for Jews, says MK Danon

Mar 20, 2012 No Comments by

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu – www.israelnationalnews.com

Tragedy in Toulouse

The murder of a Jewish teacher and three children at the entrance of the Ozar HaTorah Jewish day school in Toulouse flashes a “red light” for Jews in the Diaspora, Likud Knesset Member Danny Danon said Monday.

The killer was identified by eyewitnesses as a Muslim, who was riding a motorbike and shot two revolvers. Two of the children who were murdered were the sons of the teacher. It was the third shooting by a motorcyclist in France in the past week, and racism is assumed to be the motive of the murderer.

MK Danon, chairman of the Knesset Aliyah and Absorption Committee, said he is initiating an emergency discussion in the Knesset.

“We will not allow the pogroms of the early 20th century to return to Europe,” he said. “The attack on a Jewish school sets off a red light to all of the People of Israel. Every nation in the world must unite against actions against the Jewish People and act to eliminate terror and anti-Semitism that has been planted around the world.”

French Ambassador to Israel Christopher Bigot will attend the Knesset sessions, the legislator said.

MK Danon said he visited Jewish schools in Paris last month and raised the question of security for Jewish children.

There were 389 reported acts of anti-Semitism in France last year, according to the French Jewish CRIF organization.

France’s Chief Rabbi Gilles Bernheim told reporters he was “horrified” at Monday’s murders, which follow the killing of three soldiers in two separate shooting attacks by a motorcyclist in the past week.

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Ron Ross worked as the first Sports Editor at WINTV. In Wollongong he ran The Hamburger Hut an outreach and discipleship program for youth. He served with Youth With a Mission in Hawaii, Philippines and Australia. He was senior pastor of the Noosa Baptist Church, Queensland for 9 years. With a heart for Israel Ron was appointed national director of Bridges for Peace, Australia. At the invitation of the BFP International Board he moved to Jerusalem and worked in the BFP Jerusalem headquarters for five years. Back in Australia he is now the Middle East correspondent for United Christian Broadcasters and travels regularly preaching and teaching.
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