An antisemitic graffiti discovered on a wall of HEC
Jouy-en-Josas, Yvelines – Tags openly nazi and antisemitic, were discovered on Friday the 12th in the morning in a classroom at the prestigious HEC school of management. On a table in the room the set is located in Jouy-en-Josas, in the Yvelines were recorded several times the word Juden (“the jews” in German) surrounded by swastikas and celtic crosses. Inscriptions similar were also marked on the wall.
Eric Ponsonnet, deputy director general of the HEC group has announced to have “rel(e) internal investigations”. He confirmed that the school, but also several students, were going to file a complaint. The Union of jewish students of France (UEJF) denounced on his side “the increasing number of inscriptions of anti-semitic in the institutions of the French higher education since the beginning of the year.” In September, tags antisemitic, were discovered on the campus of the University of Grenoble-Alpes (Isère) aimed, in particular, its president.
The scandal is all the more embarrassing for HEC that the school returns a picture particularly prestigious, being regularly positioned in the top rankings of major business schools in france. The facility located in a small town in the suburbs of paris hosts 2,000 students representing more than 100 different nationalities.