(UPDATE: This is the French edition. See the German edition here.)

September 11, 2015: French Jews Plan Coordinated Push To Help Syrian Refugees. [archive] “French Jewish groups, including Western Europe’s largest charity for Jews, signed a declaration of principles for coordinated efforts to provide relief for Syrian refugees.”

October 8, 2015: IsraAid helping Syrians off the boats in Greece. [archive] “Volunteers from Israeli aid agency IsraAid are helping Syrian refugees off the boats in Greece. . . . Yotam Polizer, regional director at IsraAID[:] . . . ‘It’s very Jewish, very Israeli, wanting to be the first there.'”

November 13, 2015: Paris is attacked. A later headline reads: Two of the Jihadis sneaked into Europe via Greece by posing as refugees. [archive] (See the earlier post, U.S. “Syrian” “Refugee” Timeline.)

January 22, 2016: Jews leave France in record numbers. [archive] “The number of French Jews moving to Israel has doubled — and doubled again — in the past five years. In 2013, less than 3,300 French Jews moved to Israel. Only two years earlier, that number stood at 1,900.” See also: [archive] “9,880 western European Jews immigrated to Israel in 2015 — the highest annual number ever. The figure is more than 10 percent over the previous year and over double the 2013 level. The vast majority, close to 8,000, came from France, where a rise in anti-Semitic attacks has shattered the sense of security of the world’s third-largest Jewish population.”

February 2, 2016: Poll: Most Frenchmen believe Jews responsible for rise in anti-Semitism. [archive] “Fully 60 percent of Frenchmen believe that Jews bear at least some responsibility for recent rises in anti-Semitism, according to a new poll by the Ipsos market research firm.”

Completely unrelated, from November 18, 2015: Jewish groups join call to accept Syrian refugees into US. [archive] “Among the Jewish groups signing are the Union for Reform Judaism, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the National Council for Jewish Women, the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee.”