Analysis: Muslim Immigrants Abuse Jews in Streets of Paris and Copenhagen

By Published on February 17, 2015

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A correspondent for the Jewish news site NRG donned recognizably Jewish clothing and proceeded to walk around Paris for ten hours. He wanted to see the reaction.

Correspondent Zvika Klein wore a kibbah (yarmulke) and a tzitzit, which are knotted fringes or tassels that hang down from the four corners of either a prayer shawl or from an everyday undergarment. Both kibbah and tzitzit are common sights in New York and other cities with sizable Jewish populations of observant, usually Orthodox Jews.

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