Paris in the Sixth Millennium
7 years before the sixth millennium began (4993), the books of the Rambam (Moreh Nevuchim and Sefer Mada of the Yad) were burnt in a Paris square (after a debate that took place in Montpelier, France) by Xtians who were egged on by Jews who vehemently disagreed with the Rambam (one of whom famously repented).
9 years later, in 5002 (some say 5004), in the very beginning of the sixth millennium, 24 cartloads of the Talmud were burnt in the same Paris square by Xtians who were egged on by a Jewish apostate.
700 years later, in 5702, a total of 13,152 Jews were arrested in the Vel' d'Hiv Roundup (which took place about a 10 minute drive from that square) by the Nazis and French police and then sent elsewhere, eventually ending up in Auschwitz.
72.5 years (an interesting number) later, in 5775, 4 Jews are murdered by an Islamic terrorist in a supermarket (that is about a 20 minute drive from the square where the books were burned).
If we use the Tamuz, 5004 date for the burning of the Talmud, there are 770(.5) years from then until the recent terror attacks, which corresponds to the gematria of צרפת (France).
The perpetrators change (Edom, Germamia shel Edom, Yishmael), but the victims remain the same.