French Jewish leaders argue over skullcap advice after machete attack


Leader of the Jewish community in Marseille advises removing skullcap to avoid anti-Semitic violence, while France's chief rabbi disagreed.

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The main Jewish leader in the southern French city of Marseille has urged men to stop wearing the skullcap after a violent, anti-Semitic attack on a teacher, reports BBC News.