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Sammy Ghozlan, founder of France's National Bureau for Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism, said he is immigrating to Israel.

Ghozlan, a former police commissioner whose organization is one of France's leading watchdog groups on anti-Semitism, announced his departure on Monday – shortly after the annual roundup of the Jewish Agency showed that 2014 was the first year ever that the most immigrants to Israel came from France.

"The departure, it's a message," Ghozlan said in an interview about his decision that was published Monday on JSSnews.com. "Leaving is better than running away. We do not know how things will play out tomorrow."


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