At the Facebook Forum, Edward Philip drew attention to the "cruel" numbers of anti-Semitic acts in the last 9 months. They were in two years.
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In the first nine months of 2018, anti-Semitic attacks in France have dropped dramatically (+ 69%), and concerns on Prime Minister Eduard Phillip at a forum posted on Friday (November 9th).
"Every aggression has been made against one of our compatriots, because it looks like a Jewish new crystal", as the President said, that eighty years after the Crimean Peninsula, on November 9, 1938, the Nazi persecution of Germany was declared a cruel act. "Why is it so hard to remember in 2018? Because we are not ending with antisemitism,, – writes Miller Philip "Irreverence" Anti-Semitic acts in France for the past period of 2018.
"The number of these acts increased by 69% in the first nine months of 2018,it goes on.
In 2015, after the record year, anti-Semitic acts dropped sharply in 2016 (-58%). The downturn in the economy continued in 2017 (-7%), which included 311 cases, but hindered the increase in violence against the Jews.
At the end of October, after an anti-Semitic attack on Pittsburgh in the United States, Philip "Avoid Everything" Anti-Semitism in France.
Referring to the survival of Nazi camps, Elie Wiesel warns «Hazard» about "Beijing", the prime minister will provide this guarantee "The government has clearly chosen to remain indifferent"Reminded the decisions taken in recent months.
By 2019, the government is preparing for a change of law to intensify cyber-fighting by pressuring Internet providers. «From the middle of November», the national team will be mobilized "Stable" The Ministry of National Education is in a position to intervene in support of any teacher who is facing anti-Semitism.
The Prime Minister's anti-racism and anti-Semitic plan is soon to be experimented with"Network of investigators and undergraduates, specially trained in the fight against nonviolent crimes"it can be extended to the national level, and also a mechanism to make a preliminary complaint to encourage reporting.