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Dieudonne M'bala M'bala

Comedian

France

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Dieudonne M'bala M'bala - a French comedian who has been convicted in the past for anti-Semitic comments - was detained for questioning on Wednesday for writing on his Facebook account "Je suis Charlie Coulibaly," adding the surname of one of the gunmen to the ubiquitous "I am Charlie" vigil slogan.


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Carlos expressed his "solidarity" with the views of the head of the Anti-Zionist Party, French comedian Dieudonné Mbala Mbala.
The Anti-Zionist Party platform, calls for an end to "Zionist interference in the nation's public affairs," and a rebuke of "politicians who apologize for Zionism. The radical anti-Israeli party demands that France "free our state, our government, our institutions from the possession and pressure of Zionist organizations; eradicate all forms of Zionism in the nation" and "prevent enterprises and institutions from contributing to the war efforts of a foreign nation, which does not respect International Law." Carlos and Dieudonné share a hatred of the Jewish state. Carlos, who joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in 1970, is serving a life sentence in the Poissy prison near Paris for a triple murder in 1975. He termed Israel "the first terrorist state in history" at his sentencing hearing in 1997 and blamed Israel for framing him in the assassination of two French intelligence agents and a Lebanese informant. Carlos is thought to be the mastermind behind the Palestinian terrorist group Black September murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games in 1972, [They were in fact shot by the German Security forces] as well as of a grenade attack on an Israeli bank in the United Kingdom. French courts have fined Dieudonné on five occasions for anti-Semitic statements. He called the Holocaust "memorial pornography" and last December he awarded the French Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson, a prize for "non-conformity and impertinence. Dieudonné had a performer dressed up as a concentration camp prisoner deliver the award to Faurisson. With a view toward building, according to Dieudonné, "the only anti-Zionist movement" in France, his party has attracted a "Who's Who" of anti-Semitic candidates from across the French political spectrum. [This is a typical lie and calumny spread by the press]. "If the goal of this party would be to conduct an anti-Semitic and racist discourse, he [Dieudonné ] would not have been allowed to run in the election," Dati said. [Dati is a staunch Zionist propagandist]


www.aaargh.codoh.com

Carlos expressed his "solidarity" with the views of the head of the Anti-Zionist Party, French comedian Dieudonné Mbala Mbala.
The Anti-Zionist Party platform, calls for an end to "Zionist interference in the nation's public affairs," and a rebuke of "politicians who apologize for Zionism. The radical anti-Israeli party demands that France "free our state, our government, our institutions from the possession and pressure of Zionist organizations; eradicate all forms of Zionism in the nation" and "prevent enterprises and institutions from contributing to the war efforts of a foreign nation, which does not respect International Law." Carlos and Dieudonné share a hatred of the Jewish state. Carlos, who joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in 1970, is serving a life sentence in the Poissy prison near Paris for a triple murder in 1975. He termed Israel "the first terrorist state in history" at his sentencing hearing in 1997 and blamed Israel for framing him in the assassination of two French intelligence agents and a Lebanese informant. Carlos is thought to be the mastermind behind the Palestinian terrorist group Black September murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games in 1972, [They were in fact shot by the German Security forces] as well as of a grenade attack on an Israeli bank in the United Kingdom. French courts have fined Dieudonné on five occasions for anti-Semitic statements. He called the Holocaust "memorial pornography" and last December he awarded the French Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson, a prize for "non-conformity and impertinence. Dieudonné had a performer dressed up as a concentration camp prisoner deliver the award to Faurisson. With a view toward building, according to Dieudonné, "the only anti-Zionist movement" in France, his party has attracted a "Who's Who" of anti-Semitic candidates from across the French political spectrum. [This is a typical lie and calumny spread by the press]. "If the goal of this party would be to conduct an anti-Semitic and racist discourse, he [Dieudonné ] would not have been allowed to run in the election," Dati said. [Dati is a staunch Zionist propagandist]


www.aaargh.codoh.com

Carlos expressed his "solidarity" with the views of the head of the Anti-Zionist Party, French comedian Dieudonné Mbala Mbala.
The Anti-Zionist Party platform, calls for an end to "Zionist interference in the nation's public affairs," and a rebuke of "politicians who apologize for Zionism. The radical anti-Israeli party demands that France "free our state, our government, our institutions from the possession and pressure of Zionist organizations; eradicate all forms of Zionism in the nation" and "prevent enterprises and institutions from contributing to the war efforts of a foreign nation, which does not respect International Law." Carlos and Dieudonné share a hatred of the Jewish state. Carlos, who joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in 1970, is serving a life sentence in the Poissy prison near Paris for a triple murder in 1975. He termed Israel "the first terrorist state in history" at his sentencing hearing in 1997 and blamed Israel for framing him in the assassination of two French intelligence agents and a Lebanese informant. Carlos is thought to be the mastermind behind the Palestinian terrorist group Black September murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games in 1972, [They were in fact shot by the German Security forces] as well as of a grenade attack on an Israeli bank in the United Kingdom. French courts have fined Dieudonné on five occasions for anti-Semitic statements. He called the Holocaust "memorial pornography" and last December he awarded the French Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson, a prize for "non-conformity and impertinence. Dieudonné had a performer dressed up as a concentration camp prisoner deliver the award to Faurisson. With a view toward building, according to Dieudonné, "the only anti-Zionist movement" in France, his party has attracted a "Who's Who" of anti-Semitic candidates from across the French political spectrum. [This is a typical lie and calumny spread by the press]. "If the goal of this party would be to conduct an anti-Semitic and racist discourse, he [Dieudonné ] would not have been allowed to run in the election," Dati said. [Dati is a staunch Zionist propagandist]


www.aaargh.codoh.com

Carlos expressed his "solidarity" with the views of the head of the Anti-Zionist Party, French comedian Dieudonné Mbala Mbala.
The Anti-Zionist Party platform, calls for an end to "Zionist interference in the nation's public affairs," and a rebuke of "politicians who apologize for Zionism. The radical anti-Israeli party demands that France "free our state, our government, our institutions from the possession and pressure of Zionist organizations; eradicate all forms of Zionism in the nation" and "prevent enterprises and institutions from contributing to the war efforts of a foreign nation, which does not respect International Law." Carlos and Dieudonné share a hatred of the Jewish state. Carlos, who joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in 1970, is serving a life sentence in the Poissy prison near Paris for a triple murder in 1975. He termed Israel "the first terrorist state in history" at his sentencing hearing in 1997 and blamed Israel for framing him in the assassination of two French intelligence agents and a Lebanese informant. Carlos is thought to be the mastermind behind the Palestinian terrorist group Black September murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games in 1972, [They were in fact shot by the German Security forces] as well as of a grenade attack on an Israeli bank in the United Kingdom. French courts have fined Dieudonné on five occasions for anti-Semitic statements. He called the Holocaust "memorial pornography" and last December he awarded the French Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson, a prize for "non-conformity and impertinence. Dieudonné had a performer dressed up as a concentration camp prisoner deliver the award to Faurisson. With a view toward building, according to Dieudonné, "the only anti-Zionist movement" in France, his party has attracted a "Who's Who" of anti-Semitic candidates from across the French political spectrum. [This is a typical lie and calumny spread by the press]. "If the goal of this party would be to conduct an anti-Semitic and racist discourse, he [Dieudonné ] would not have been allowed to run in the election," Dati said. [Dati is a staunch Zionist propagandist]


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