|Gabès pogrom (1941)|
|Location||Gabès, French Tunisia|
|20 Jews injured|
Along with the 7 Jews initially murdered, one policemen was also killed.
A Jew from Gabès, Tzvi Hadadd, remembered his mother rushing outside to look for his sister, only to be assaulted as she stepped out the front door. He recalled:
"An Arab knocked her down and another grabbed her and tried to cut her throat."
- Abadi, Jacob (August 1, 2012). Tunisia since the Arab Conquest: The Saga of a Westernized Muslim State. Ithaca Press. p. 392.
- Gilbert, Martin (2010). In Ishmael's House: A History of Jews in Muslim Lands. Yale University Press. p. 334.
- Gerlach, Christian (March 14, 2016). The Extermination of the European Jews. Cambridge University Press. p. 343.
- Yad Vashem interview 3563297.