The BNVCA has just been requested by the head of the Israelite Community Association of Villeneuve Saint Georges who expresses his concern and his opposition to the exhibition on the pediment of the town hall of Villeneuve Saint George of a banner demanding the release of a Palestinian terrorist Salah Hamouri.
According to one of the mayor's officials contacted by the President of BNVCA, Mr. Salah Hamouri is a French citizen and is not a terrorist.
In the speechthe Prime Minister's lout and firmness in the presentation of vows to the Jewish community, Mr Edouard Philippe condemned anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. this type of propaganda initiated by the Mayor of Villeneuve Saint Georges, constitutes an act of anti-Zionist nature, inciting to the hatred of Israel and which pushes to the anti-Jewish act.
The BNVCA points out that Salah Hamouri is a member of the terrorist organization FPLP which has committed many attacks including a massacre in the synagogue of Jerusalem, or the hijacking of the Air France Airbus on Entebbe. Salah Hamouri was arrested, tried and sentenced by Israeli justice for preparing an attack against Israel's Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef. He was released in exchange with soldier Gilad Shalit, hostage to Hamas terrorists in Gaza.
The BNVCA recalls that the State of Israel is a democratic state, a state of law whose justice is called by the Palestinians themselves who respect it.
We ask the Mayor of Villeneuve Saint George not to give in to the pressures that could exert the president of the Support Committee to Salah Hamouri, Mr JC Lefort former member of Ivry, president of the Association France Palestine, father of the wife Salah Hamouri, herself employed by the mayor of Villeneuve Saint Georges.
We recall that it is the same former MP, who in a tweet described as anti-Semitic had on the occasion of Ramadan in 2015, invited Muslims to boycott Kashers products.
The BNVCA asks the prefect of Val de Marne to intervene with the Mayor of Villeneuve Saint Georges, to convince her to remove this banner and the leaflets and postcards related thereto.
The BNVCA reserves the right to appeal to the Administrative Tribunal and to file a complaint for the apology of terrorism.
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