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France / Anti-Semitic Terrorism #507711

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 07, 1980
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(Studio) Demonstration in Paris protesting recent anti-Semitic terrorism reported occurring while further violence against Jewish homes and stores took place throughout France today; details given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Paris, France) Paris demonstration examined; films shown, frequency of anti-Semitic terrorism in France now noted. Case of attack on lone Jew on train cited as example; large number of French police said belonging to neo-Nazi orgs. France's historical record of anti-Semitism and ntns.'s response to Nazi occupation during World War II, culminating in collaboration by the government to deport French Jews to concentration camps, recalled. Elaine Renau's survival and belief that current terrorism is simply an extension of original Nazism noted. [RENAU - comments.] Response of Paris Jews to today's demonstration discussed.
REPORTER: Jim Bittermann

Bittermann, Jim;
Chancellor, John

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