Sunday, June 16, 2024

  • Sunday, June 16, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon

Israeli and Jewish media are reporting that a French court has ruled in favor of several anti-Israel organizations that not only will Israeli arms manufacturers be banned from exhibiting at the Eurosatory arms expo in Paris, but also Israeli nationals will be banned as well from even attending the show.

However, the ban apparently goes even beyond that.

Le Parisien reports:

The magistrates thus considered that, “contrary to what Coges [the company that runs Eurosatory]  asserts,”  the measures taken by the company did not sufficiently comply with government requirements concerning the reception of Israeli companies. And in such a case, the judges considered that the executive decision in fact included the presence of “any natural or legal person likely” to operate for Israeli companies as a “broker or intermediary.” »

In their decision rendered this Friday at the end of the afternoon, of which Le Parisien obtained a copy, the magistrates thus consider that Coges maintained the possibility of these Israeli arms players to participate in the show, and that this would be “blatantly illegal”. To stop it, access and participation “in any form whatsoever” to the show will thus be “prohibited to Israeli arms manufacturers” and “to any employee or representative of Israeli arms companies”.

The measure also applies “to any person likely to operate as their broker or intermediary."  At the same time, other exhibitors are strictly prohibited from welcoming them on their stands, or from promoting them.
That "any person" clause does not only apply to Israelis, but anyone from any country who is "likely to operate" as a broker or intermediary.

Practically speaking, this is banning Jews from attending. 

Only Jews would be suspected of being secretly working for the Israeli companies. No one who looks Indian or Chinese would be questioned as to whether they are Israeli arms brokers - only Jews. 

Since the ruling was handed down on Friday evening, Coges has no chance to appeal before the show begins Monday morning.

But here is what French Jews (who are not also Israeli citizens) should do. They should register to attend tomorrow - the price is €55 for the day,  €100 for the week - and show up. 

Some should wear kippot. Some should wear IDF T-shirts. Some should wear Israeli flag pins or outerwear, or even carry tote bags from Israeli arms manufacturers. 

They should pose in front of the signs that the court ruled must be placed at the entrance of the show banning "brokers."

And they should see if they are blocked from entering the show based purely on their clothing.

If the ruling bans French Jews from attending just because they are Zionist, or only French Jews are questioned whether they are intermediaries, while allowing pro-terrorist Iranians or Syrians or representatives from countries that engage in major human rights abuses to visit unhindered, it would be blatant discrimination against Jews. 

This needs to be on video. 

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