More than 180,000 people on the streets, the president supported them VIDEO

The increasing anti-Semitism occurred after the Israeli attack on Gaza, AP reported.
Prime Minister lisabeth Bourne, representatives of several left-wing conservative parties, as well as centrists of President Emmanuel Macron, and supporters of far-right leader Marine Le Pen, attended the march in the French capital.
Macron did not attend but had previously expressed his support for the protest and called on citizens to "rise up against the unbearable resurgence of unbridled anti-Semitism."
Demonstrators gathered under the slogan "For the Republic, against anti-Semitism".
The leader of the far-left France Unbowed party, Jean-Luc Mlenchon, also stayed away from the march, saying last week on X, formerly Twitter, that the march would be a meeting of "friends of unconditional support for the massacre" in Gaza.
The Ministry of the Interior announced that at least 182,000 people marched in French cities, and that no major incidents were reported.

What a sight. Over 100,000 people marched in France against antisemitism.
The marches were called by the leaders of both houses of the French Parliament, the Senate and the National Assembly.

— Aviva Klompas (@AvivaKlompas) November 12, 2023

In no other country have we witnessed such a powerful assembly standing firmly against antisemitism.
Today, France has spoken to the world. A vast, diverse, and universalist crowd, united to uphold the fundamental values of the French Republic. #marchecontrelantisemistisme

— Simone Rodan-Benzaquen (@srodan) November 12, 2023

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