A WOMAN has reportedly been stabbed and a Swastika allegedly painted on her door in a suspected anti-Semitic attack in France.
Police say the 30-year-old was knifed after answering the door in Lyon at around 1pm on Saturday.
The assailant, said to have dressed in dark clothes and his face partially masked, stabbed her twice then fled.
She was rushed to hospital with stab wounds to her abdomen but her injuries are reportedly not life-threatening.
Her door was reportedly decorated with mezuzah, a Hebrew inscribed parchment usually found at the entrances to Jewish households.
The stabbing unfolded at an apartment block in the Montluc district, local media Le Progrès reported.
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The attacker remains at large and no one has been arrested.
Lyon’s public prosecutor said they are treating the incident as an “attempted murder”.
They added the case has been “aggravated” by the fact the attack “could be motivated by an anti-Semitic motive”.