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Kippah-wearing Israeli reporter harassed in Paris while filming

(JTA) – An Israeli journalist who walked around Paris for hours while wearing a kippah to test attitudes to Jews documented multiple threats and insults hurled at his direction. Zvika Klein, a reporter for the news site and the Makor Rishon daily, on Sunday released the footage from his excursion last week around Paris and its suburbs. Many anti-Semitic incidents occurred in the heavily Muslim suburb of Sarcelles, Klein told JTA last week, while Paris’ center was considerably calmer by comparison.

In one scene, a person wearing a black knit cap says “Jew” and walks alongside Klein, who was being filmed secretly by a colleague. In another part of Paris, passers-by call out “Vive Palestine” at him. In several cases, locals hurl profanities at Klein, calling him a homosexual and suggesting he had come to their neighborhood looking for sex. The video is entitled “10 Hours of Walking in Paris as a Jew.”

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