Three people were brutalized in an anti-Semitic attack Saturday at Villeurbaine, near Lyon in southeast France. Two of the victims were hospitalized: one suffered an open head wound and the other was injured in the neck.
The attackers numbered about ten and were armed with a hammer and an iron bar.
The victims wore skullcaps.
The office of Interior Minister Manuel Valls said Sunday that the attack was anti-Semitic and said police forces had been mobilized to find the assailants.
In March, a Muslim gunman murdered a rabbi and three Jewish children at point blank range in Toulouse.