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"S'il n'avait pas été juif il n'aurait pas été assassiné"

Publié par Jean-Laurent Turbet sur 20 Février 2006, 17:54pm

Catégories : #Ilan Halimi

C'est ce qu'à déclaré Ruth Halimi, la mère d'Ilan Halimi, le jeune français juif torturé à mort à Paris par le "gang  des barbares",  dans une interview au quotidien israélien Haaretz. 
Ilan Halimi, 23 ans, avait été retrouvé lundi dernier nu près de la gare de Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois, dans la banlieue sud de Paris bâillonné, menotté et couvert de traces de tortures et de brûlures sur 80% du corps. Il est mort durant son transfert à l'hôpital.
L'affaire a beaucoup ému la communauté juive de Paris et une manifestation houleuse s'est déroulée samedi dans le XIe arrondissement de la capitale. Elle a été marquée par des débordements. Ces débordements ont d'aiileurs été condamnés par le CRIF.

L'article du Haaretz :
" If he hadn't been Jewish, he wouldn't have been murdered ".
By Assaf Uni, Haaretz Correspondent

PARIS - The mother of Ilan Halimi, the 23-year-old Parisian Jew who was abducted, tortured and murdered by a gang in a suburb of the capital, accuses the police of missteps that led to her son's death.

She revealed to Haaretz Sunday that the police told the family to ignore the gang's attempts to contact them for five critical days, after which Ilan was found near death outside the city. She also accuses the police of ignoring the anti-Semitic motivation in the case in order not to alienate Muslims.

"If Ilan hadn't been Jewish, he wouldn't have been murdered," she says.

Friends and relatives came to the family home in the 12th arondissement to pay their respects. Ilan lived in the apartment with his mother Ruth, and sisters Yael and Anne-Laure; their father lives elsewhere.

The family came to France from Morocco 25 years ago. Ruth says that Ilan recently began talking about immigrating to Israel.

"He only wanted to work a little first to save up money for the trip," she said, her voice breaking.

The Jewish community of Paris is still in shock over Halimi's abduction and murder, which began when a gang sent an attractive woman to entice him into a date.

"The last time I saw my son was on Friday, February 20, right before he left for the date," Ruth related. "He wanted to go out with friends but they canceled so he decided to go out with that woman. On Saturday night he called and said he had been kidnapped, and asked us to check our e-mail," she continued.

The family found a scanned image of Ilan, his eyes covered and a gun pointed at his head.

"The message said, '450,000 euros or call the funeral home,'" Yael related.

The family contacted the police, which stationed officers outside their home and started investigating. For three weeks the kidnappers negotiated with Ruth, with Ilan's father, with a former girlfriend and with figures in the Jewish community. They used e-mail and mobile phones, which led the police to them, but they eluded capture.

"Eight days before Ilan was killed," Ruth revealed, "the police tried to arrest one of the suspects in an Internet cafe but they simply were unable to get him." According to Ilan's sister, the suspect warned the others that the police were closing in.

Ruth says the police told the family to stop communicating by phone with the kidnappers in order to force them to use e-mail again. "Five days before Ilan was found, the police told us, 'Don't answer the phone, don't repond to text messages.' We saw dozens of calls and ignored them. On Thursday they found Ilan dead."

Members of Ilan's family blame themselves for listening to the police.

"Maybe if we'd answered the phone Ilan wouldn't have been murdered," they say.

Ilan's family also expresses anger over the police refusal to recognize the anti-Semitic motives behind the crime.

"We told them  there were at least three [previous] attempts to abduct young Jews," Ruth says, "but they insisted the motive was purely criminal."

"They're afraid to reignite the confrontation with the Muslims," Halimi's uncle says.

"We know that a few months ago a 16-year-old Jewish girl was kidnapped," the family says, "but her parents decided not to go to the police and paid 100,000 euros in ransom."

The Halimis say they did not have that kind of money.

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lilette 14/06/2008 16:48

c'est terrible ce qui s'est passé, mais je pense que le facteur argent est beaucoup en cause, à savoir le cliché antisémique du juif qui a de l'argent, avec les chalalas qui aiment aussi en jouer, à coloré une manoeuvre maffieuse, ni plus ni moinsle communautarisme de tous est responsable de ca aussi, chacun chez soi, chacun s emploit dans sa communauté, les noirs et les arabes entre eux, les traiters comme des betes, et,on s etonne qu'ils s comportent comme tels, dans la misère seule les plus féroces s'en sortentmainant le meurtre et l archarnement sur le pauvre ilan, se déroule tous les jours dans des reglement de compte "entre eux" séquestration, enlevement en plein paris ou pleine ville, lapidation  de gamine comme à marseille etc.; sans que chacun s inquiète, la victime est de couleur ? ben qu'ils s arrangent entre eux !ce qu'on  a déjà entendu dans des comissariat,  la violence qui grandit a été ignoré et l'est encore. effectivement on s inquiète quand ca touche un juif (non pratiquant) car il faut surveiller un renouveau de l'antisémitismemais je crois foncièrement que cette aversion entre les communauté, cette meme haine qu'on trouve de l'autre coté pour les arabo musulmans, est d'une autre époque incomparable avec la figure que les européennes, francais ont édifiés dans les années trentepour finir, je comprend mal l'histoire de la gamine qui est allé sans problème chez le père d'ilanpourquoi il l'a laissé rentré chez elle ?charité chrétienne ,? nan c'était un happat je crois, si le père n'avait pas essayé ou voulut lever la gamine, je crois pas que le drame  n'aurait pas eu lieu mais en tout cas il aurait pas pris la tournure que les "barbares" voulaient.dsl les gamines qui sont invités chez des quinquas c'est rarement pour etre "aidé "! car les gamines moches et grosses ou les vieilles sont pas aidés elles

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