Several thousand people took part in a silent march in Paris on Wednesday in memory of an 85-year-old Jewish woman, killed in a grisly attack considered anti-Semitic.
The leaders of several political parties, including far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen, took part in the march for Mireille Knoll, whose partly burned body was found in her Paris home at the weekend.
Today President Macron joined the family of Mireille Knoll at her funeral in Paris suburb of Bagneux. “I am deeply affected by the appalling crime committed against Mrs. Knoll. I reaffirm my resolute determination to fight against anti-Semitism,” Macron wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
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