**UPDATE** WEBSITE REMOVED AFTER SWC COMPLAINT - Wiesenthal Centre Condemns "Ils Sont Partout" Spider Web of French Jewry

August 10, 2021

PARIS - The Wiesenthal Centre tracked the website:”Ils sont Partout" (They are Everywhere) and "Je suis Partout" (I am Everywhere).

"Three hours after our revelation, the net of prominent French Jews was removed from the Internet and its link, when opened, appears as a 404 error," stated Dr. Shimon Samuels, Director for International Relations of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre. 

The network was apparently first hosted on Amazon Web Services, went viral through the Russian VK social media outlet - that is very popular with the extreme-right - and then placed on the Moscow based Yandex. 

French sources believe that the site was taken down at the order of the French government.

"Above all, our screenshots and exposure played an important role in this affair," concluded Samuels.

The French newspaper Midi Libre used the material provided by the Centre (shown below).

"Jesuispartout" - an anti-Semitic website condemned by Gérald Darmanin, Interior Minister

August 9, 2021

PARIS - Wiesenthal Centre Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels, brought to the attention of French authorities the networks of Politics, Media, Culture and Economy, supposedly in the control of Jews. 

Essential to open here: https://t.co/ztVkMHoAkZ   Go to pages for Media, Culture, Economy

"Ils Sont Partout" (They Are Everywhere) is based upon the format of Nazi lists, compiled during the Holocaust, for extermination. Je Suis Partout was the name of the collaborationist Occupation newspaper of 1940 to 44 France... "Those behind the website, go the extra mile in malevolent defamation by charging photos of many Jewish celebrities as 'the list of the late sex abuser, Jeffery Epstein'.  The cobweb is partly in Russian, supposedly attributed to Yandex," noted Samuels.

The Wiesenthal Centre "is demanding across-the-board of appropriate French government ministries and services to identify those behind 'Ils Sont Partout' for arraignment as their entire lists are under danger from hatemongers and lone wolves."

"The website calls upon its public to identify as 'Qui Media francais, Qui controle Quoi?' (Who in French media, Who Controls What?)...The organizors are careful not to mention 'Jews' in view of French law against a census of religious or ethnic communities.  Thus the last page title: 'Recensement dûment vérifié de personnalités françaises et internationales. (Census duly verified of French and International personalities)."

"Though we feel proud of the career success of French Jews, the laws of France protect every citizen to keeping his personal/religious identity private," concluded Samuels.

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