Thursday, November 19, 2015

Last Friday, France was attacked by ISIS in a series of terrorist attacks in Paris. Now, the European nation is terrified after they were attacked once again on Wednesday.

According to Liveleak, a Jewish teacher living in the French city of Marseille was rushed to the hospital after he was stabbed by three young men who claim to be ISIS supporters. The 57 year-old man was stabbed outside his home, which is next to the local synagogue, in the second anti-semitic stabbing in Marseille in just a few weeks.

Though he was stabbed multiple times in the arms and legs, the teacher was able to escape without serious injuries.

“The youths who attacked him were on scooters. They showed him Mohamed Merah’s photo on their phone. They uttered anti-semitic insults, one of them showed that he was wearing an ISIL T-shirt. They knocked him to the ground and one of them attacked him with a knife,” said Michelle Teboul from CRIF French Jewish Institution.

Mohamed Merah was an Islamist militant who killed seven people, including three children, in a series of attacks in Southern France in 2012.

This attack has left France feeling even more vulnerable after last week’s deadly attacks that left 129 people dead. Please keep France in your prayers!

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