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Greg Lansky grew up in Paris, the son of a Jewish father of Algerian descent and a Christian mother. “I did the whole Jewish thing,” he says now. “I fasted on Yom Kippur, went to the synagogue on Rosh Hashanah and had my bar mitzvah. But even though I felt Jewish, I was never fully accepted as a Jew. I was stuck between two worlds: On the one hand, I suffered when skinheads provoked me, and on the other hand, the Jewish establishment explained to me that I’m not Jewish, because my mother isn’t a Jew.”

He isn't a jew, his mother is christian, doesn't count

But here's the interesting bit "I was stuck between two worlds: On the one hand, I suffered when skinheads provoked me..."

Skinheads provoking him?

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In Paris?

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There's only one way to get "provoked" by skinheads in paris... You have to be antifa, skinheads are like vampires, an ultra minority since the early 90's, they almost completely disappeared in the late 80's, due to .gov crackdown, legions of minorities and commies chasing them like wild animals

You have to know where they hang to find them, they aren't exactly all over the place, and they usually tend to have a low profile under a defacto socialist zio controlled gov