Why pro-Palestinian protests are a fable | EUROtoday

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NOTLet nobody doubt the affect of Sciences Po. The celebration by the Iranian regime of the so-called “pro-Palestinian” demonstrations that happened there may be essentially the most placing proof of the worldwide stature of Rue Saint-Guillaume. “It’s hard to be loved by idiots,” we might learn on a well-known caricature of Mohammed by Cabu.

Although such restoration doesn’t embarrass the self-proclaimed defenders of the Arab trigger that a lot. “In our globalized society, any political actor, wherever he is, will look for windfalls of recovery. But be careful not to have an inverted image: what counts is not the recovery but the original approach,” maintains Professor Bertrand Badie in an interview with World. However, let's guess that…

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