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ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Allyn Bonnenfant, a member of the French community, carries a tray of croissants in her patisserie in...
Netanya, Israel
Allyn Bonnenfant carries a tray of croissants in her patisserie in Netanya
Allyn Bonnenfant, a member of the French community, carries a tray of croissants in her patisserie in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION FOOD)
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