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May 11, 2004
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France’s main anti-racist organization called for a demonstration against anti-Semitism in Paris on Sunday. Following a wave of attacks on Jewish targets in recent days, SOS Racisme, a group set up in the 1980s to combat the rise of the far-right National Front, said it is calling “on all citizens to march on Sunday in order to show that French society unequivocally says ‘no’ to anti-Semitism.”

Jordan jailed three people for plotting to attack U.S. and Israel tourists. One of three men jailed Monday is a nephew of a known Al-Qaida leader.

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