- Clashes broke out at a banned pro-Gaza demonstration in Paris on Saturday, with tear gas deployed by riot police after protesters threw stones and other missiles.
- France, which has western Europe's largest Muslims and Jewish populations, banned a 3,000-strong protest, fearing a wave of anti-Semitic attacks.
- In Berlin, too, an Imam at a mosque apparently called for the murder of Zionist Jews. It led the Israeli Ambassador to Berlin, Yakov Hadas-Handelsman, to say "they pursue the Jews in the streets of Berlin as if it were in 1938".
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