The French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala was arrested for allegedly assaulting court officers who came to his home with notices for payments due on fines for inciting hatred against Jews.
Britain’s soccer and anti-racism groups have failed to take action against the player who flashed a quasi-Nazi ‘quenelle’ salute. Are they giving a green light to anti-Semitism.
A French court upheld a ban on a show scheduled in the central city of Tours for Friday by a comedian accused of insulting the memory of Holocaust victims, the second performance in a nationwide tour to be banned.
A French court threw out efforts by authorities to ban a show on Thursday by a comedian whom the government accuses of insulting the memory of the Holocaust victims, his lawyer said.
Mayors of several French cities lined up on Tuesday to ban the shows of a comedian the government accuses of insulting the memory of Holocaust victims and threatening public order with anti-Semitic jibes.
French athletes have defended fellow players who performed the quenelle gesture, which is widely seen as anti-Semitic and echoing the Nazi salute.
French police are searching for a man who performed an anti-Semitic gesture at three places linked to the murder of Jews, including the Toulouse school where a gunman killed 4 children.
Most of us had never heard of the ‘quenelle’ until this week. Now, it’s a notorious anti-Semitic gesture — and one of the most searched-for terms on Google.