Remembering Ilan Halimi
Tom Gross makes an important point
about the terrorism in France.
As the world media still fails to make the link between Islamic
extremism and anti-Semitism, it is worth remembering Ilan Halimi.
Ilan Halimi was kidnapped by an Islamist gang who said they wanted to
kill a Jew. He was found naked, handcuffed, gagged, hooded and starved,
with severe burns, cuts and torture marks all over his body.
I blogged the story of Ilan Halimi's murder here
. The picture above, which includes Halimi (he's the man in the 'marriage proposal' came from a Muslim dating site, which was eventually taken down
Labels: France, French anti-Semitism, Islamic terrorism, terror victims