Liberal Jews will blame motorcycles, or globull worming, or something…. Sarkozy will tell the parents to be more careful with their children and the enemedia will do whatever they can to obfuscate and distort the ugly reality:
France: 3 dead in shooting at Jewish school in Toulouse
Motorcyclist opens fire near school, media reports victims are a professor, his two children; incident may be linked to spate of mysterious shootings that have taken place in southern France over past week.
A gunman on a black motorcycle opened fire on a crowd outside the Ozer Hatorah Jewish school in Toulouse, France on Monday morning, killing three people.
The names of the victims were not yet released but French police was quoted as saying that they were a university professor and his two children.
Police are investigating the circumstances of the attack.
The French Interior Ministry ratcheted up security at Jewish schools across the country in response.
Some 500,000 Jews live in France, the third largest Jewish community in the world.
The fatal attack in Toulouse may be linked to a two other mysterious shootings that have taken place in the area over the past week .
Last week an off duty French soldier was shot dead by a motorcyclist in Toulouse.
On Thursday three French soldiers were shot by an unknown man at a shopping mall in Montauban, 50 kilometers north of Toulouse. Two of them later died of their wounds.
French police said similar ammunition was used in both shootings.
A gunman opened fire Monday morning outside a Jewish school in Toulouse in south-western France, killing at least four people including a father and his two sons and one other student.
City Prosecutor Michel Valet said a 30-year-old man, his two sons, aged three and six, and another child aged 10, were killed.Â A 17-year-old was also seriously injured.
Valet said the gunman “shot at everything he could see, children and adults, and some children were chased into the school” before he fled the scene on a black scooter.
FRANCE 24 correspondent Chris Bockman said the city was in “lockdown” as police searched for the gunman.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy, however, warned that it was “too early” to link last week’s shootings of soldiers with Monday’s incident.
The French government on Monday called for heightened security at Jewish schools in France, while French soldiers have been banned from wearing uniform outside their bases.
Sarkozy has called the shooting a “devastating tragedy” and visited the scene of the shooting in Toulouse together with Education Minister Luc Chatel.
Socialist Party candidate Francois Hollande, who will be running against Sarkozy in the forthcoming presidential election, said he was going to Toulouse to show “solidarity” with the French Jewish community.
A spokesman for the Israeli embassy said the country was “horrified” by Monday’s attack while France’s Grand Rabbi stated that he was “horrified” and “stunned” and would travel immediately to Toulouse.