While the UN devotes its human rights operations to the demonization of the democratic state of Israel above all others and condemns the United States more often than the vast majority of non-democracies around the world, the voices of real victims around the world must be heard.
A teacher at a Jewish school in the southern French city of Marseille was stabbed on Wednesday by three people professing support for Islamic State, but his life was not in danger, prosecutors said.
The three men who assailed the teacher uttered anti-Semitic remarks during the incident, AFP reported.
Three people on two scooters, one of them wearing an Islamic State t-shirt, approached the teacher in the street, Marseilles prosecutor Brice Robin told Reuters.
During the incident, one of the attackers showed a picture on his mobile telephone of Mohamed Merah, a homegrown Islamist militant who killed seven people in a series of attacks in southern France in 2012.
"The three people insulted, threatened and then stabbed their victim in the arm and leg. They were interrupted by the arrival of a car and fled," Robin added.
Emergency workers evacuated the wounded educator to a hospital, and authorities were searching for the perpetrators of the incident.
The UEJF Jewish students' union condemned the attack in a statement and urged police to use all means to catch the assailants.
It said that the victim, a history and geography teacher, had received three knife wounds.
The attack came several weeks after a knife attack on a rabbi in the city, France's second biggest.
France has been in a state of emergency since gunmen and suicide bombers killed 129 people in a series of attacks, claimed by Islamic State, in Paris last Friday.