L’affaire Sarah Halimi: France’s Jews “no longer feel safe even in their homes”

Journalist investigates wholesale denial of pivotal anti-Semitic murder in Paris
by Robert Sarner
September 16, 2018

Journalist Noémie Halioua’s life hasn’t been the same since she answered an unexpected call last year in her office at Actualité Juive, a Paris-based Jewish weekly where she works as culture editor. On May 18, 2017, as she was about to eat lunch at her desk, the phone rang. An unfamiliar male voice asked Halioua if she were a journalist and if she recognized the name Sarah Halimi. Six weeks earlier, during France’s presidential election campaign, Halimi, a 65-year-old Orthodox Jewish woman, was savagely murdered in her Paris apartment by a neighbor. READ MORE

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