the painful electoral dilemma of left-wing Jews | EUROtoday

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HASnne Sinclair says she's doing badly, that left-wing Jews are doing badly. Point and radio silence for the second. Same silence from Annette Wieviorka, historian specializing in Jewish historical past. No feedback, simply silence and reflection. The two girls, trustworthy to socialism, stay silent as we speak. They will say nothing of the dilemma which is tearing them aside within the face of the spectacle of a brand new “Popular Front”, which appears to have put the towel on the anti-Zionist – to not say anti-Semitic – slippages of a few of its members.

This surprising alliance of most left-wing events is routinely disqualified by a number of Jewish personalities, reminiscent of Yonathan Arfi, president of Crif (Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France) for whom “anti-Semitism…

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