Following a terrorist attack, it is often said that in order to keep the terrorists from winning, we must all go on about our lives like normal as if nothing had happened, and not to change our routines out of fear.
Unfortunately, while most Parisians are doing their best to return to their routines following the recent bloody massacre at the hands of the Islamic State group, one particular subset in France has been told not to conduct business as usual.
According to The Times of Israel, an Israeli reporter in Paris recently tweeted that the French government has told Jews to cancel their public Hanukkah celebrations, out of fear of additional attacks.
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Israel’s Channel 10 European correspondent Miri Michaeli tweeted, “Chabad: Paris police order (us) to cancel most of our public (Hanukkah) candlelighting in the city, in light of the terror attack and the fear of additional attacks. Efforts (are underway) to approve a candlelighting at the foot of the Eiffel (Tower).”
She later tweeted that the Eiffel Tower candlelighting ceremony has been given the go-ahead, though there will likely be heavy police presence and tight security measures in place.
Sadly, the order to Parisian Jews to cancel their public Hanukkah celebrations out of fear of offending Muslims and provoking additional attacks means that the terrorists have won.
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This is de facto Islamic Shariah law that the French are now imposing upon Jews on behalf of the Muslims who would see them not only silenced and sent to cower in fear, but ultimately wiped out of existence.
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