The Interior minister and the Education minister have condemned the scribble discovered on Sunday on the public school Anne Frank in Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis. An investigation has been opened and the town hall has announced its intention to file a complaint.
Bruno the Roux, and Najat Vallaud-Belkacem have unanimously condemned the inscriptions of racist and anti-semitic discoveries on the public school Anne Frank de Montreuil in Seine-Saint-Denis. The minister of national Education, has described this act of”abject”, assuring that it “will not go unpunished”. For his part, the minister of the Interior has described the inscriptions of”unspeakable”, to the effect that they were to be “firmly condemned”.
with stars of David and swastikas, the inscription “Juden verboten”, “dirty jews and Roma”, have been written on the portal of entry and the mailbox of this elementary school. The commissioner of Montreuil was made on the premises in order to establish the facts, which took place in an area not monitored by cameras.
The inscriptions have been discovered on the property by the municipal officers on the day of Christmas. These have then alerted the police of the commune:
An investigation has been opened and the doodles will be erased as soon as Monday morning. The town council has declared its intention to lodge a complaint to “show its determination” not to let pass such acts.
“Anyone who is allowed to cross the yellow line should be aware that it is liable to be severely punished,” added Gaylord The Chequer, deputy mayor. “Such remarks were not intended to exist in Montreuil is a quiet town, peaceful, where we have always favored dialogue,” he said.
The Socialist Party (PS) through the voice of his spokesman, Karim Bouamrane also wanted to share his indignation:
a Few hours after the discovery, the mayor PCF Patrice Bessac of Montreuil had responded on Twitter:
according To the Protection Service of the Jewish Community (SPCJ), a body dependent on the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions of France (CRIF), 808 anti-semitic acts were committed in France in 2015, a figure that is a decrease compared to 2014.
In may 2016, the ministry of the Interior stated that in the first quarter, the anti-semitic acts and anti-muslim, had dropped 80%, according to first estimates.
” anti-semitic Acts in France: increases often related to the timeliness