French Jews are not able to emigrate to Israel on the basis of being under threat of hate crime. They are able to Emigrate as Jewish People. Israel has a law which allows for most Jewish people to immigrate, regardless of their asylum status.
I'm not aware of any countries that are considering or have accepted French refugees. Of course it is hard to prove a negative, especially when French Jewish people have multiple options that are better than asylum.
The EU allows freedom of movement and of labour throughout its member states. By virtue of being EU citizens, a French Jewish person can, without claiming asylum, live and work in Belgium, Spain, Germany, the UK, Poland, Romania: 27 states apart from France, I shall not list them all.
Beyond this there are numerous countries that are happy to accept relatively wealthy Europeans, again without claiming asylum. This is importat because asylum is the worst possible immigration status. With Israel and Europe both accepting immigration, It would be surprising if French Jew would be attempting to use the asylum route in anything but the smallest numbers.