Paris: Three Jewish Buildings Shot At In Past Four Days
A Jewish publishing house joined a kosher restaurant and a synagogue as a target
Gun shots were fired at a Paris publishing house owned by Jews on Thursday night, the third time since Monday that shots were fired at a Jewish institution in the French capital. Monday, a Paris synagogue was attacked and on Wednesday evening a kosher restaurant was targeted. In all three incidents an air gun was used. Thankfully, no one was hurt in the attacks.
The Times of Israel reports that the Al Haeche kosher restaurant in the 19th district of Paris was attacked Tuesday night and an air gun blew out a window in the David Ben Ichay Synagogue in Belleville Monday night.