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Two years after the murder of four Jews in Toulouse, the president of the French city's Jewish community encouraged young Jews to leave France.

Ari Bensemhoun said young Jews should move away because they cannot practice Judaism openly and without fear in Toulouse.

"I won't deny that, yes, I encourage the younger people to make aliyah [immigrate to Israel] or go elsewhere, where they can thrive in open Judaism, emancipated and without constantly fearing over what tomorrow will bring," Bensemhoun said in an interview Monday with the i24 television news channel.


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