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03-27-2018, 10:06 AM

Mireille Knoll: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Updated Mar 27, 2018 at 11:46am


Mireille Knoll survived the Holocaust :rolleyes:as a young girl after nearly being sent to Auschwitz. Now police in France say she has been horrifically murdered in what they call an anti-Semitic attack.

The brutal murder, in which the 85-year-old woman was stabbed multiple times before her flat was burned down in Paris, has sparked outrage throughout the world and in Jewish communities. The Paris prosecutor said that Knoll was killed because of the “membership, real or supposed of the victim of a particular religion,” which means authorities are saying she was “killed because she was Jewish,” The New York Times reported.

2. One Suspect Was a Muslim Neighbor of Knoll, Who Was Remembered for Accepting Everyone

This is just horrific, sick beyond words!

An 85 year old #French #Jewish woman, Mireille Knoll, a Holocaust survivor, was brutally murdered in her home in #Paris, in suspected Antisemitic attack.

She was stabbed 11 times & her body was set on fire!https://t.co/dw8UY6qvTP pic.twitter.com/RgWDHsUrsd

— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) March 26, 2018

Although their names have not been released, French authorities do say they have two suspects in custody, ages 22 and 29. They are being investigated for Knoll’s murder. “One of them had previously been convicted of molesting a 12-year-old girl who had been staying at Mireille Knoll’s flat,” according to BBC.

The two suspects “were handed preliminary charges of robbery, damaging property, and murder with anti-Semitic motives,” Times of Israel reported. One suspect is North African in descent.

Knoll’s family told the news media that one of the suspects was a Muslim neighbor whom Knoll had known since he was a child. “My mother accepted everyone. Even the neighbor who murdered her, she has known since he was seven years old. When he was a boy, he helped her,” Knoll’s son Daniel told Army Radio.