Union des étudiants juifs de France

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The Union des étudiants juifs de France ("Union of French Jewish students", UEJF) is a French organization whose aim is to assist French Jewish students.

It was founded in 1944 to assist young Jews who came back from concentration camps or, more generally, who had escaped the Holocaust.

The organization is best known to the general public for a number of high-profile lawsuits that it brings against people or organizations that it deems overly permissive of antisemitism, such as the case of LICRA v. Yahoo!.

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