Knife-wielding ‘pro-Gaza’ attacker storms nursery ‘and threatens to rape and murder Jewish teacher’ in France

Knife-wielding ‘pro-Gaza’ attacker storms nursery ‘and threatens to rape and murder Jewish teacher’ in France

AN ANTI-Semitic man wielding a knife has reportedly stormed a local daycare centre in France.

It has been claimed that the attacker broke in through the front door of the nursery and headed to the director’s office where he threatened her with a six-inch blade.

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The Champigny-sur-Marne police force reported that the man wielded the blade in front of the director whilst he violently insulted her.

According to the police report quoted by Valeurs Actuelles, he said: “I’m going to rape you, I’m going to kill you, dirty Jew, dirty Zionist, I’m going to come back with people and make you like in Gaza.”

Despite his threats, the director was not physically assaulted.

The police were notified immediately, and nine children were shielded in another room by other teachers.

The anti-Semitic attacker was not able to reach any of the children, and fled the scene shortly after the police were contacted.

Although no one was physically harmed, the Jewish director has been shaken by the incident.

Her school, in Val-de-Marne, has many children between the ages of 3 months and 3 years-old with Jewish families.

Police have been carrying out thorough searches, but the suspect is currently still on the run.

Since Israel waged war in Gaza, anti-Semitic attacks have been on the rise in France.

According to the French interior minister, Gérald Darmanin, France has recorded more than a thousand anti-Semitic acts since October 7.

He said that 486 people had been arrested for anti-Semitic attacks, 90 of which were in Paris alone.

Just last month a woman was stabbed after answering the door to her home in broad daylight.

The assailant, said to have dressed in dark clothes with his face partially masked, stabbed her twice then fled.

The police report also alleges that the attacker painted a Swastika on her door.

The victim was rushed to hospital with stab wounds to her abdomen but her injuries are not life-threatening.

Eylon Levy, a spokesperson for the Israeli government, warned Israeli citizens not to travel anywhere due to this rise of “violent and disturbing” anti-Semitic attacks across the world.

In a statement, he said: “Globally, I want to address this moment of peril for the Jewish people worldwide as we witness a disturbing spike in anti-Semitic hate speech and even instances of violence against Jews and Israelis following the October 7 massacre.

“Today, the National Security Council and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs put out an unusual global travel warning.

“We are calling on all citizens of Israel to exercise heightened caution when travelling anywhere abroad.

“We know that Jewish communities and their institutions, Israeli diplomatic missions and airports handling flights to and from Israel are key targets for anti-Semites and violent anti-Semites.”

Mr Levy added: “The National Security Council is urging all Israelis to consider whether any foreign travel anywhere in the world is necessary at this dangerous moment.

“Citizens planning to travel to countries with specific travel plans are asked to postpone their visits and we emphasise Arab and Middle Eastern states, the Northern Caucasus, and countries bordering Iran.

“We are also asking citizens and truly I cannot believe that we are doing this, we are asking all citizens to avoid displaying any outward signs of their Israeli or Jewish identity when travelling anywhere in the world.

“If you must travel, please make sure you have the numbers of the emergency services and the local Israeli embassies on speed dial.”

At least 1,400 people have died and 4,629 others have been injured in Israel, according to Israeli authorities, since October 7.

In Gaza, over 18,000 Palestinians have now been killed.

Tens of thousands more are presumed to still be lying under the debris and rubble.

The relentless bombardment has left around 90% of the population displaced.

Many have been forced into makeshift shelters, with very little food or water to sustain themselves.

Israel has said that it will continue to wage its war until Hamas is completely eliminated.

GettyThere have been 486 arrests over anti-Semitics acts in France since October 7[/caption]

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