Fed Up In France

ALEXANDRA BOULAT for TIME

FAMILY: Elbeze, a French Jew who is planning to immigrate to Israel, with his sons in a Paris restaurant

When the Free French Army's 2nd Armored Division helped liberate Paris 60 years ago last week, a 24-year-old Algerian Jew named Robert Elbeze marched in its ranks. He went on to marry a woman from an Alsatian Jewish family, settle in Paris' historically Jewish Marais neighborhood and raise a family as a proud citizen of the French republic.

His son Alain is still here, but his faith in the republic is gone. Disturbed by the increasing pace of attacks against Jews and their property in France, Alain Elbeze, 52, has resolved to move with his wife and five...

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