The shock results of the second round of French elections allegedly have Jews on edge, prompting a former Israeli official to urge French Jews to flee France and move to Israel.

As previously relayed by The Dallas Express, a far-left coalition of socialists, communists, and environmentalists ended up winning the biggest number of seats in parliament after party activists from the left and the political center devised a strategy to clear the path for two-way bouts in many races in order to block Marine Le Pen’s National Rally party.

The strategy resulted in a far-left New Popular Front coalition coming in first, French President Emmanuel Macron’s party coming in second, and National Rally coming in third in terms of parliamentary seats. National Rally still netted the biggest number of votes for a single party.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the leader of the biggest faction in the New Popular Front, has been dogged by claims of antisemitism, with Representative Council of Jewish Institutions of France president Yonathan Arfi calling him “a threat against the Jews,” according to The Jerusalem Post.

Apparently, former Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman agrees.

Here’s a bit of what Breitbart reported on this development:

Former Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman is urging French Jewry to flee France, warning that “there is no time” following the far-left’s triumph in the country’s parliamentary elections.

As Breitbart News reported, French President Emmanuel Macron’s alliance with the New Popular Front delivered a victory over Marine Le Pen’s populist right, which has raised concerns about antisemitism, with many French Jews feeling increasingly uncertain about their place in France.

The unexpected shift in political power has sparked fears within the roughly 500,000-strong Jewish community, boosting worries about the potential implications for its safety and rights.

In response, Lieberman expressed his concerns regarding the matter.

“In light of the victory of the radical left in France, I call on all French Jews to immigrate to the State of Israel,” the Israeli parliamentarian wrote on Monday, warning that “there is no time.”