“If it continues like this, in twenty years, will I still be here?” – Liberation

“If it continues like this, in twenty years, will I still be here?” – Liberation
“If it continues like this, in twenty years, will I still be here?” – Liberation

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In the 16th arrondissement of the capital, 2,000 to 3,000 people gathered on Sunday June 23 to defend the right of “Israel and French Jews” to “live in peace”.

The debate on anti-Semitism and the war in Gaza, very present in the debates of the European elections and now the legislative ones, was transported to the streets of Paris this Sunday, June 23, the time of a rally for “Israel and French Jews in their right to live in peace”. Two to three thousand people gathered at Place Victor-Hugo, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, at the call of 18 associations, some of which were created in the aftermath of the terrorist massacre of October 7 in the south of Israel. In the crowd, French flags rub shoulders with Israeli flags. A few Iranian flags were even seen at the edge of the gathering, which could at first glance appear surprising given the salvo of missiles sent from Tehran towards Israel on April 13. It is in fact an association of Iranian women present to recall their fight for women’s rights.

On the stage, the leaders and founders of the associations behind this gathering follow one another. They are preceded by the families of two hostages

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