A Ritual Murder in the French Republique

How a Jew was tortured to death in France because he was a Jew. In 2006.

That poor body was also burned, as if it the horror had taken place during the Spanish Inquisition of the 15th century.

Because all that was to remain of Ilan Halimi was his name.

Then that would also have been erased by French hypocrisy.

As Francis Szpiner, the lawyer for the family of the boy slaughtered because of his Jewish identity, said, “the silence killed Ilan Halimi and justice has helped to perpetuate this conspiracy of silence, because the public was not told why he was killed”.

Seven years ago, at the outskirts of the Ville Lumière, Paris, a Jewish boy named Ilan Halimi was kidnapped and held prisoner for twenty-four days, tortured to death because he was a Jew. A poor human torso to dismember and throw in the street, as you do with the remains of dinner, thrown to the dogs. [...]

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