And of course, the Charlie Hebdo massacre leads to the Jews of France.
For too long France and the rest of the EU have passively allowed IslamoNazis to colonize their sovereignty — frequently at the expense of their Jewish citizens.
Indeed, genocidal Jew-hatred, always bubbling beneath the thin veneer of European culture, has adopted the Jew-hatred of Islam under the politically expedient label of anti-Zionism.
In the past year, over 4,000 French Jews have immigrated to Israel.
In another generation Islam will have achieved what the Nazis could not: a Judenrein France.
Au revoir Francais.
As French police attempt to capture the Charlie Hebdo terrorists currently under siege at a printing shop near Paris, a separate hostage crisis is underway at a kosher supermarket in the eastern Paris neighborhood of Porte de Vincennes. French police have confirmed two deaths so far. French media reports that the terrorist at the supermarket is refusing to release the remaining hostages, some of whom are said to be wounded, until the two Charlie Hebdo terrorists, Said and Cherif Kouachi, are allowed to go free.
French Jewish website JSSNews reported that the siege began at 1PM, shortly before the market was due to close for the Jewish sabbath.
The gunman has been identified as Ahmedi Koulibaly. Gael Fabiano, a spokesman for the Paris police, said that Koulibaly “is the same person” who murdered a 27 year old police officer in Montrouge, south of Paris, yesterday. Fabiano said that Koulibaly began firing his Kalashnikov as soon as he entered the kosher supermarket.
French newspaper Le Monde reported that Koulibaly is known to French police, who consider him “dangerous,” and that he is accompanied by a female companion, Hayat Boumeddiene. France 24 reported that Koulibaly is 33 and from Juvisy-sur-Orge in Ile-de-France. According to Le Monde, Coulibaly and one of the Charlie Hebdo terrorists, Cherif Kouachi, were two of the most committed followers of convicted terrorist Djamel Beghal. Telephone conversations reveal that the pair visited Beghal’s home in Murat in the south of France.
Rabbi Levy Djian, a French rabbi based in New York, said that he’d spoken to contacts in Paris who informed him that a number of women and children are said to be trapped inside the supermarket. “People are very scared,” Rabbi Djian told The Algemeiner. “The Jewish community is hoping for the best outcome.” Between five and seven people are being held hostage.
See this report from The Times of Israel