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Krief Affair, an example of French state-backed anti-Semitism
Presidents Nicolas Sarkozy and François Hollande as well as socialist Prime minister Manuel Valls, have all proclaimed that mantra for more than a decade.
However, since Intifada II began (2000), France has led an undeclared war against its Jewish citizens.
Aired by State-owned France 2 TV on September 30, 2000, the controversial al-Dura report was an iconic missile in the media battlefield. A blood libel made by Pallywood.
The Krief affair illustrates the economic battlefield of that asymmetric warfare: French government of judges has been despoiling Jews.
About 85 trials have led to Dr. Krief’s socio-professional death. He had to sell out his home in order to pay his lawyers and discriminatory court sentences. For instance, the Court of Cassation is the highest court in the French judiciary. In June 18, 2014, its First Civil Chamber President Christian Charruault -- a Chamber specialized in despoilment -- rejected Dr. Krief’s two appeals and Me Hazane’s appeal. While Dr. Krief was sentenced to pay € 8,000 ($ 9,000) to the opposite parties for their court costs, Me Hazane wasn’t.
Dr. Krief evoked a conspiracy against him and referred to a letter dated September 21 2011 from Maitre Baube, Dr. Daneski’s lawyer. All institutions, including judges, were well aware of this letter which stated: “CIE CIMA and STS company assured Mrs Daneski and her husband, who practise medicine in Saint-Come clinic, that Dr. Daneski would continue the activity of nuclear medicine within GIE CIMA as soon as she would manage to part with Dr. Krief… Being confident in all the guarantees she had been given, Dr. Daneski didn’t say a word in the proceeding initiated by CIE CIMA and STS company in order to put an end to the contract with Krief-Danesky company -- all the grievances developed by GIE CIMA and STS and judged valid by magistrates affected Dr. Krief, and not Dr. Daneski”.
In September 2012, Christelle Rennuit, who had supported Dr. Krief’s fight, unexpectedly died. During a debate about the health regional project at the Picardy Regional Council, socialist Regional Councillor Laurence Rossignol evoked her death and told Picardy ARS Director that the Krief file “does not, very honestly, smell good. We find in it elements of judicial harassment, of collusion, of economic interest and complaints for anti-Semitic words which have led the ARS, before you, to report. That report could offer solutions provided it is followed by effects, and someone… is decisive”. National Front Regional Councillor Michel Guiniot added in a stand for Dr. Krief: “There may be politico-financial” [factors]. I found quite immoral, hateful, that business of all kinds is done on the back of cancer patients… This case must be taken very seriously.” He invited Dubosq to resolve it.
A few weeks after, Laurence Rossignol, Secretary of State advised Dr. Krief by SMS to save himself “from this squalid affair… Sometimes, fleeing may be lifesaving”. Since 2014, Rossignol has been Valls Governments’ minister.
This brings us to a first point: political correctness. Dr. Lionel Krief has faced essentially State-backed anti-Semitism, a shocking reality which is a taboo topic in France, especially among French Jewry’s leaders.
In stark contrast, Joel Mergui, Paris-based Jewish Consistory of France’s President, a body that oversees a majority of Jewish congregations, as well as founder of National Bureau for Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism (BNVCA) and retired police commissioner Sammy Ghozlan advocated for Dr Krief, especially in cabinets. Mergui and Ghozlan were inefficient.