On 4 April 2017, Sarah Halimi, a 65-year-old Orthodox Jew from Belleville, Paris, was beaten and beaten by her neighbor before being defeated. His relatives, but also the entire Jewish community, believe that this is an act committed by anti-Semitism.
April 4, 2017, Sarah Halimi, 65, was killed, first beaten and then defenestrated, at her Parisian home in the neighborhood of Belleville, in the 19th arrondissement, by her neighbor. His murderer, a 27-year-old man, was immediately arrested and interned in a psychiatric hospital.
Sarah Halimi was a Jewish Orthodox practitioner. The day after the murder, his family and his community spoke of an anti-Semitic act. And in front The emotion provoked by this crime in a part of the Parisian Jewish community, the Paris prosecutor, François Molins had received, three days after the murder, representatives of this community to discuss the investigation with them.
Two days later, on April 9, the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France (CRIF) had gathered about a thousand people for a march in Paris in the form of a tribute to the victim.
Today, the choice of the prosecution not to retain, at this stage of the investigation, the qualification of anti-Semitism again provokes the misunderstanding of the relatives of the victim. Laurence Barbry and Nedim Loncarevic
Express themselves in this report, in the order :
Brother of Sarah Halimi
Lawyer of part of Sarah Halimi's family
Chairman of the support committee
Truth and Justice for Sarah Halimi
Master Alain Jakubowicz
President of Licra