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The Barbarians of France

"The pretty schoolgirl known as Yalda wore tight white trousers and thigh-high boots to the rendezvous. Her target, a young Jewish telephone salesman, quickly fell under her spell. He meekly followed her when she suggested a nightcap at her place. It would be his last date.

The testimony of this 17-year-old femme fatale who happily offered herself as “bait” in the kidnapping of Ilan Halimi, whose tortured body was found on wasteland, has shocked a country which is haunted by a painful history of anti-semitism."

So reports the Times on Line dealing with what have become known as the Barbarians who, wilfully and deliberately, seek out and attack Jews, coloured people and other minority groups in France. The underlying notion of what prompts this group to behave as it does is plainly horrifying. Yes, France has been very slow to address a multitude of issues relating to Muslims in France - but that is no excuse for allowing such lawless and wanton behaviour to exist in the suburbs France, Paris in particular.

Read the entire article Times on Line article here.

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