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November 5, 2014 5:45 am

Tunisian Islamists Protest Visit by ‘Zionist’ French-Jewish Philosopher

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Bernard-Henri Levy at Tel Aviv University. Photo: Itzik Edri via Wikimedia Commons.

JTA – Dozens of Tunisian Islamists protested a visit to their country by the French-Jewish philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, whom they called a Zionist agent.

The Islamists greeted Henri-Levy, a celebrity writer in his native France, by staging a surprise protest rally against his presence in Tunisia at Tunis’ Carthage airport on Oct. 31t, Le Parisien daily reported. They cried out: “No to Zionist power in Tunisia” and “Get lost” at Levy, who left the north African country on Monday.

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