JPost: A business news service in Israel has exposed what experts say is a new tax authority that targets exclusively French Jews – one unprecedented anywhere in the modern world.

According to the Globes, French citizens and their tax preparers have been astonished to hear about the new department, which they charge is discriminatory, giving rise to questions about selective enforcement.

“The procedure is new and questionable, and discriminates against French Jews,” Itay Bracha, a tax expert who represents French clients with tax authorities in Israel and France, told the Globes. “The measure is an extremely irregular and rare one in which a tax authority in a foreign country is setting up a special division to handle Jews, and recruiting an exceptionally large number of employees for it.”

Bracha says that there is no comparable department among other tax authorities in the world. more …

Opinion: The French Jewish community is the largest in Europe and the second-largest in the world outside of Israel, numbering nearly half a million Jews. Articles about increasing antisemitism in the EU, and specifically in France, are appearing on a regular basis.

That Muslim immigration from terror countries has exploded in Europe over the past few years is dismissed as Islamophobia.

Just imagine the uproar if any nation set up a tax office to investigate wealthy Muslims who have bank accounts in any Arab nation. That would be called racial profiling, hate mongering and Islamophobia. But since it is Jewish people the French government is profiling, there will be no labeling, name calling or outrage.

Jewish people are God’s chosen people.

Breitbart reported on December 17, 2017: French-Jewish families are being forced from their homes in Paris suburbs as Europe continues to be convulsed by levels of anti-Semitism not seen since the end of the Second World War.

The Paris commuter newspaper 20 Minutes documents an “internal exodus” during 2017 of Jews from the Seine-Saint-Denis department, saying it is emblematic of broader concerns that French Jews, like their brothers and sisters across Europe, are finding it increasingly difficult to reconcile their faith with the changing demographics of the continent.

And as articles like this one are appearing on a regular basis, so is my commentary on how this lines up with Ezekiel 39:22, 28 and Matthew 24:15-16.

The road to the war of Gog and Magog has many road signs along the way, for anyone who cares to see them.