Macron invited Netanyahu to take part in a commemoration on Sunday of a mass deportation of French Jews to Nazi camps 75 years ago.

He is the first Israeli prime minister to attend the Vel d’Hiv commemorations.

“I’m here to mourn the victims,” Netanyahu told an audience in Paris

The visit has drawn consternation from critics of the Israeli PM.
At the same time,French activists have launched a protest rally against the planned visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Paris, slamming Bibi’s human rights violations across the occupied Palestinian territories.
The protesters gathered in Place de la Republique square in Paris on Saturday, wearing T-shirts and holding portraits of Netanyahu with signs reading (in French) “fascist,” “murderer,” “racist” and “torturer.”

Recently,the Zionist Regime has killed three Palestinians during the incident took place on Friday morning close to Haram al-Sharif (Temple Mount),Over 300 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli force since October that year, when the clashes intensified.

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