The Times of London reported Wednesday that concerns mounted after three teenagers were arrested for an alleged anti-Semitic attack on a 15-year-old girl north of Paris.
The newspaper reported that the victim was insulted, knocked to the ground, kicked and punched by a gang of 10 youths as she left school. The victim said her attackers told her they were seeking to avenge Palestinians in Gaza.
Her alleged attackers -- who were between 13- and 15-years-old and all from her own school -- were arrested on suspicion of "aggravated violence and anti-Semitic insults," a police source said.
The National Bureau of Vigilance against Anti-Semitism said it had received about 100 reports of anti-Semitic insults and threats since the start of the conflict in Gaza.
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