That's what an editor for Charlie Hebdo said
in a new commemorative issue:
One year after the terror attack at the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the publication’s editor wrote  in a commemorative issue that while the massacre led to global shock and a wide-ranging debate on free speech and religion, no one seemed surprised that jihadists also killed  four people at a kosher grocery store.
“We are so used to Jews being killed because they are Jewish,” editor Gėrard Biard wrote. “This is an error, and not just on a human level. Because it’s the executioner who decides who is Jewish. November 13 [when 147 people were killed in a string of attacks in Paris] was the proof of that. On that day, the executioner showed us that he had decided we were all Jewish.”
The cover of the special edition depicts a bloody figure representing God, running around with a rifle. The magazine lays blame for the massacre and subsequent terror in France on “Islamic fundamentalists, organized religion, an irresolute government and intelligence failures,” the Associated Press reported.
Read the rest of this. If any Europeans want to comprehend why they could be targeted, they'll have to stop being so desensitized to violence when Jews experience it. Otherwise, they will never succeed in solving their own problems convincingly.
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