Over 180,000 people, including 100,000 in Paris, marched in France to protest against rising antisemitism following Israel's conflict with Hamas. Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, representatives from various parties, and far-right leader Marine Le Pen attended the peaceful March. However, far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon did not attend, criticizing the march as support for the conflict. The march aimed to show solidarity against violence and hate and reassure Jewish communities in France. French authorities have recorded over 1,000 antisemitic acts in the month since the conflict began. President Emmanuel Macron expressed his support but did not attend in person.
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