Dozens of pro-Hamas protesters rioted in Paris again on Sunday.
The mob busted windows at a Paris restaurant then threw rocks at police.
One synagogue was attacked with a molotov cocktail.
Israel National News reported:
French newspaper Le Figaro reported Sunday that a synagogue at Sarcelles, in the Val d’Oise area of Paris, was targeted by a molotov cocktail. Flames licked the building but the fire did not take.
The incident reportedly took place Sunday during a demonstration in support of Palestinian Arabs in Gaza which had been banned by the authorities, but still managed to reel in several hundred people.
Shops were also looted, AFP reported. Dozens of protesters first broke the window of a shop and then threw rocks at police, who responded with tear gas. A funeral home, a pharmacy and a pizzeria were also vandalized. At this point, the police fired at rioters with rubber-coated bullets.
At the same time, it was reported that the police station in the town of Garges-lès-Gonesse was attacked, after some people managed to enter the premises. Police have since secured the area.
The violent anti-Israel mob torched police cars and vandalized shops in Paris.