ELNET hosted a conference in Paris titled “Agir Ensemble” – Act Together. The focus of the conference was to address the aftermath of the barbaric attack by Hamas against Israel, in particular the rise of antisemitism and Jew hatred in France.
The conference was an overwhelming success with 1,000 people in attendance to discuss these vital matters.
The conference included two roundtables moderated by Michaël Darmon:
The first focused on the Hamas massacre of October 7th – ‘The day the world turned upside down’, with speakers Bruno TERTRAIS, Deputy Director of the Foundation for Strategic Research; Emmanuel Navon, CEO of ELNET-Israel; and Amb. Eric Danon, Former French Ambassador to Israel
The second focused on the French reaction – ‘Give up or resist: the Republic in danger’ with speakers Fadila Maaroufi, expert and anthropologist; Thibault de MONTBRIAL, lawyer and president of the CRSI – Centre de Réflexion sur la Sécurité Intérieure; Mohamed Sifaoui, journalist and writer; and Rachel Khan, writer and actress.
This initiative by ELNET is a wakeup call for the silent majority.
It is aimed at mobilizing civil society, intellectuals, artists, athletes, religious leaders, associations, and entrepreneurs to act together to achieve this goal.
The democratic values at the core of the French Republic must be defended, and this can only be done by acting together.