Thursday, August 4, 2016

France: Murdered Jewish children missing from Minister of Education speech

French author and commentator Benoît Raisky reported @ Atlantico that the satirical newspaper, Le Canard Enchaîné, revealed that the Moroccan-born French Minister of Education Najat Vallaud-Belkacem made a statement which drew a lot of commentary during a governmental safety seminar held on July 23.

During her address, the Minister evoked the Nice Islamic terrorist attack and stressed: "The attack is the first attack in France in which children were killed".

Benoît Raisky asks "For you, Ms Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, Jewish children are not children?" 

He reminds us that not so long ago (on March 19, 2012 to be precise) Mohamed Merah stood before the Ozar HaTorah school in Toulouse and killed three Jewish children with a shot in the head. A despicable crime that horrified France. All of France and therefore it probably also somewhat horrified Ms. Vallaud-Belkacem who was not a Minister at the time. The Minister of Education is a human being. And like all human beings, her memory operates selectively. No need to call the most eminent psychoanalysts to know that.  Unconsciously, our brain often filters what it wants to retain and what it consigns to oblivion. Her brain was therefore performing in a normal way.

There are some people in France for whom the Jewish children in Toulouse are just collateral victims of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and as such of little importance.

For Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, here are the names of children murdered in Toulouse: Myriam, 8, Gabriel, 6, Arieh, 5 years old.

read the article at Atlantico (in French)

Related: France: Jewish victims missing from Muslims’ anti-Jihad letter

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