News Releases 2021
Website names Jews ‘who controls France’
Article by Charles Bremner published in The Times of London
Paris, 13 August 2021
The ghost of antisemitism has returned to haunt France, prompting criminal action against a website that claimed Jews control the country and the prosecution of a teacher who allegedly suggested that President Macron was part of a Jewish plot.
Paris, 11 August 2021
The Wiesenthal Centre tracked the website “Ils Sont Partout” (They Are Everywhere) and “Je Suis Partout” (I Am Everywhere).
“Three hours after our revelation, the net of prominent French Jews was removed from the Internet and its link, when opened, appears as a 404 error,” stated Dr. Shimon Samuels, Director for International Relations of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre.
Paris, 10 August 2021
Wiesenthal Centre Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels, brought to the attention of French authorities the networks of Politics, Media, Culture and Economy, supposedly in the control of Jews.
Essential to open here: https://t.co/ztVkMHoAkZ Go to pages for Media, Culture, Economy
Paris, 10 August 2021
Reportedly, a 39 year-old Rwandan refugee admitted setting ablaze the Nantes Cathedral last year, in July 2020. Sent to a psychiatric ward, he was released – apparently under probation awaiting trial – into a nearby Catholic monastery, in the charge of a 60 year-old priest, Fr. Olivier Maire, whose body was found in a nearby village this Monday.
Paris, 7 August 2021
In a letter to former Ha’aretz Editor, Dov Alfon, now Chief Editor of the Centre-Left French Daily Libération, Wiesenthal Centre Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels, expressed concern at a 3 August appeal, apparently calling for “The Dismantling of the Apartheid Regime in Israel.”
Charles Baccouche, of the Observatoire Juif de France (OJF - Jewish Observatory of France), has listed, in Tribune Juive, the “historical lies” in the article on the history of "Palestine”. The history of the Jewish State has been rewritten as if the Palestinians became the victims of ‘Israeli colonialism and Apartheid’.