When Will It End? Boy Beaten Near Otzar Hatorah in France


otzar-hatorahSchool officials say a 12-year-old boy has been beaten by youths shouting anti-Semitic slogans outside the Jewish school he attends in Paris.

The incident at the Ozar Hatorah school in the French capital came despite high security around Jewish schools and synagogues in France following a school shooting last week that left four neshamos dead.

That shooting took place at the Ozar Hatorah school in the southern city of Toulouse.

Jean-Paul Amoyelle, president of the Ozar Hatorah network in France, says the 12-year-old boy was beaten Monday as he left school. It happened about 100 meters from the entrance and therefore out of sight of the police officers guarding the school.
The boy did not suffer serious injuries. It is unclear who the assailants were.

{Fox News/Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. “that left four neshamos dead”

    People die, neshamot don’t.

    We need to do whatever we can to arouse Hashem’s rachmanut.

  2. Prayers for the boy. The three assailants were aged between thirteen and fourteen. The political friction is building partly due to the upcoming Presidential Election in three weeks.

  3. Please remember what this community did a few days ago, walking hand in hand with the local population including muslims. This community is clearly working hard to show the positive, achdus side of the community. Please bear this in mind when commenting.

  4. when will it end? what do you mean matzav?

    When klal yisroel-myself included-started taking these wake-up calls from Hashem for everyone to start doing teshuva, so we can remove the word tragedy from the world.

    we have a major problem in today’s society (yidden or not) . & its called FACING REALITY.
    whenever tragedy strikes or there’s a big issue, the person blocks it from his face & convinces himself not to apply the message to him,so that we can just continue our fancy & happy lavish life.

    first WE ALL need to admit to ourselves that i have a issue/problem here, then we need to work on solving it. BUT %80 of solving it, is each person admitting to the problems he has.