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(särsĕl`), city (1990 pop. 57,121), Val-d'Oise dept., N central France. Mostly residential, it has some light industry. A church dating partly from the 12th cent. and partly from the Renaissance is in Sarcelles.
The ceremony was also attended by Francois Pupponi, the President of France-Pakistan Friendship Group in the National Assembly of France, Predou Dalane President of Cricket France and Umair Baig, the President of Association of Multicultural and Sports, Sarcelles.
He appreciated the Association of Multicultural and Sports of Sarcelles for successfully organizing the Street Cricket Tournament in France.
Following the attack on the kosher grocery store in Sarcelles, investigators declined to link it to the recent anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims" which triggered global protests or the publication of naked cartoons of Prophet Mohammed by a satirical French weekly.
Moshe Cohen-Sabban, a local Jewish community leader in Sarcelles said after the incident that there were no "special" religious tensions in the working-class area with a population of about 60,000 and large numbers of Muslims and Jews.
L'auteur de cet article donne un compte rendu de son engagement comme directeur du "Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies" a l'Universite de l'Alberta dans la preparation des deux premiers volumes d'une serie de cinq volumes Encyclopedia of Ukraine, publiee entre les annees 1984 et 1993 par l' "University of Toronto Press" pour l'institut, le "Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies," et le "Shevchenko Scientific Society," base a Sarcelles en France.
The goal was an academic work by a team of international scholars coordinated by George Luckyj, a professor of Slavic languages and literatures at the University of Toronto (also the institute's associate director in charge of its "Toronto office"), and Volodymyr Kubijovyc, the president of the Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh) in Sarcelles, France, some twenty kilometres north of Paris.