Well, you say, why are those Jewish kids going to a Jewish school? Why don't they go to the regular French school like normal French kids? Because, as the education ministry's admirably straightforward 2004 Obin Report explained, "En France les enfants juifs — et ils sont les seuls dans ce cas — ne peuvent plus de nos jours être scolarisés dans n'importe quel établissement": "In France, Jewish children, uniquely, cannot nowadays be provided with an education at any institution." At some schools, they're separated from the rest of the class. At others, only the principal is informed of their Jewishness, and he assures parents he will be discreet and vigilant. But, as the report's authors note, "le patronyme des élèves ne le permet pas toujours": "The pupil's surname does not always allow" for such "discretion."
Read the rest of it. And remember why President Sarkozy says the common citizens shouldn't be allowed to own guns for self-defense: ... I understand the fear that your wife and daughter may have but the answer is in the efficiency of the police and the efficiency of the judiciary process, the answer is not in having guns at home. Well, Mr. President, the 'efficiency' of your institutions isn't very damned efficient, is it? But I guess you consider raped/dead/terrorized people just the price your 'republican values' has to pay for the commoners to be disarmed as you prefer.