A Jewish school in Djerba, Tunisia, was attacked with a firebomb late on Tuesday in what police suspect to be an antisemitic attack.
The attackers threw the firebomb from a moving vehicle. Whilst some damage was caused to the building, thankfully nobody was hurt.
Police suspect that the attack intentionally exploited reduced police presence, as police resources were diverted to securing anti-Government protests.
Djerba, an Island, is home to a small Jewish community that has been in the country for over two thousand years. The island is home to Africa’s oldest Synagogue.
Since 1948 the Jewish population of the country has shrunk from around 100,000 to barely over a thousand.