The Paris Muslims who saved Jews from the Nazis

Source:elderofziyon.blogspot.co.uk

In Paris, a grand mosque built in honour of the 100,000 Muslim soldiers who died fighting for France in the First World War, became a sanctuary for Jews escaping persecution less than three decades later. Si Kaddour Benghabrit was a French Algerian who was deeply loyal to France. During World War I, he was appointed honourary consul-general and served the religious needs of Muslims in the French army.

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Categories: Europe, France, Mosque

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