“It’s soon to be you bloody Jew” , “Vive Merah” or “dirty Jew” read several phrases on the house’s walls, according to photos consulted by AFP. The police, who confirmed the information to AFP, went there in the morning to examen the facts.
“When I woke up this morning, it was in shock that I discovered these tags on the walls of my house. Once again, I am targeted. I filed a complaint. I hope that the culprits will be found and punished for their hateful act, ” tweeted Ms. Ibn Ziaten.
En me réveillant ce matin, c’est sous le choc que j’ai découvert ces tags sur les murs de ma maison. Une nouvelle fois, je suis prise pour cible. J’ai déposé plainte. J’espère que les coupables seront retrouvés et punis de leur acte haineux. pic.twitter.com/Q6OXyEsbSe
— Latifa Ibn Ziaten (@LatifaIbnZ) June 10, 2019
“My client does not feel safe, she is shocked and upset, it is the return of hatred in France,” said lawyer Samia Maktouf, who will file a complaint for “apology of terrorism, death threats and violation of home” in the anti-terrorist section of the Paris prosecutor’s office.
Latifa Ibn Ziaten is the mother of Imad Ibn Ziaten, the first victim of the jihadist Mohammed Merah who, in March 2012, killed three soldiers, and a religion teacher in the Jewish school Ozar Hatorah, his two sons and a 7 years-old girl.
She’s very active in social media, she advocates for secularism and has become a symbol of the fight against radicalization.