The City of La Courneuve (Seine-Saint-Denis) filed a complaint after the discovery of two anti-Semitic tags on a wall at the Joséphine-Baker school, this Wednesday morning.
The insulting messages, with spelling mistakes, notably mentioned first names, indicates
The mayor condemns "these calls for anti-Semitism"
"I condemn in the strongest terms these calls for anti-Semitism and racist hatred, which have no place in our city and even less on the walls of our schools", reacted on his Facebook page the PCF mayor of the municipality, Gilles Poux.
The tags could target the teaching teams, specifies the Ile-de-France daily.
“The municipality gives all its support to the National Education staff involved and salutes their professional commitment to serving all children,” continues the elected official.
The municipality filed a complaint “so that this act does not go unpunished”.
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