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The current conflict in the Middle East reveals the division of public opinion, particularly in Europe and the United States. These dissensions raise fears of an increase in Islamophobic and anti-Semitic acts, which has already been noted for several years. The United States, which has the largest Jewish community outside Israel, is not spared: five years ago, on October 27, 2018, the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was the scene of the worst anti-Semitic attack in its history . A man opened fire in the Tree of Life synagogue and killed eleven people. How did the Jewish community recover from this act of hatred? How does she react to the rise in anti-Semitism? Report by our correspondent Fanny Allard.