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This chapter explains the need to recognise the existence of an anti-Semitism which is on the increase, working its way into French society in various places, and various social classes but never lapsing into the excesses which would make of it a widespread, massive phenomenon driven by powerful social or political groups. Contemporary anti-Semitism in France is really a phenomenon which combines continuity and renewal. On the whole, contemporary anti-Semitism is fragmented; its sources do not all merge into a single, unique stream: the hatred for one same group of human beings, the Jews, is fragmented. The immigration ending in processes of fragmentation into ethnic groups or communities is prevented. A stance in favour of peace between Israelis and Palestinians is resolutely adopted.

Keywords: anti-Semitism; ethnic groups; French society; Israelis; Jews; Palestinians; social classes



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