Sunday, November 29, 2015

France: Far-right magazine fined for anti-Jewish incitement

Via EJC (h/t Everyday Antisemitism):
The editor of the French far-right publication Rivarol, Fabrice Bourbon, has been fined 4,000 euros by an appeal court for incitement to hatred against Jews.

In January 2014, Rivarol published an article entitled “The unacceptable Jewish thought police”, attacking the decision of France’s Council of State to ban performances by antisemitic comic Dieudonné M’Bala M’Bala.

The article referred to the Council of State as “a rabbinical court” and stated that French people were living under “full Jewish tyranny”

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