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Jewish communities and friends right across the world came together in solidarity with French Jews in sorrow and outrage at the murder of Dr. Sarah Halimi. Support Jonny Gould’s Jewish State: Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/JonathanLGould Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jonnygould?fan_landing=true Kofi: https://ko-fi.com/jonnygould Find Jonny on Social Media: https://twitter.com/jonnygould https://www.facebook.com/jonnygouldshow https://www.instagram.com/jonnygould Episode Lineup: (02:01) Muslims Against Antisemitism’s Liz Arif-Fear (02:25) Karine Gould (07:10) Maureen Lipman (11:43) Sophie Wiesenfeld (13:22) Hen Mazzig (16:44) Raphael Landau (19:35) Gideon Falter The 65-year-old retired medic and teacher fell victim to a heinous and brutal attack before being thrown to her death over the balcony of her Paris apartment. The Court of Cassation, the highest in the French Republic, ruled Kobili Traore couldn’t face trial as he was high on marijuana while committing the most gruesome and sustained attack on his neighbour. All this despite being a violent drug dealer and known antisemite. He’d verbally abused Sarah and her daughter in the lead up to the murderous crime. Jonny Gould and his wife, Karine went to the rally organised in the UK by the Campaign Against Antisemitism. Despite Covid restricting numbers, the event was well-supported.