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The Jews, The Chaldoassyrians And The Others

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After the Jews, a second community dominates the local scene and their energy and mode of functioning is striking: these are the ChaldoAssyrians. This Christian community, which used to be known as the Church of the East or Persian Church, lived for centuries in the Baghdad region before being dispersed throughout the world as a result of the effects of various military and political conflicts. But on the whole this community is well-liked in Sarcelles and tends to be described as hard-working and discreet. There are examples of anti-Semitism in Sarcelles but, according to those in charge, whether it be the Jewish community centre or the local authority, the general trend is to exaggerate them, creating a sort of paranoia or psychosis.

Keywords: anti-Semitism; Chaldoassyrians; Jewish community center; Sarcelles

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