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Lhe political restoration continues. Up to 2,500 individuals gathered Thursday night in entrance of the TF1 headquarters in Boulogne-Billancourt, a Paris suburb, to protest towards the published on the group's information channel, LCI, of an interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu. Several LFI executives have been there, together with Sébastien Delogu, Louis Boyard and Rima Hassan. The latter took up a name on social networks for a “boycott of TF1”.

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On LCI, Benyamin Netanyahu repeated the official place relating to the Israeli army operation in Gaza, particularly that “the number of civilian losses relative to the losses of (Palestinian) combatants is the lowest rate that we have seen in an urban war. He called accusations against Israel of targeting or starving civilians “anti-Semitic slander.”

Journalist Darius Rochebin requested troublesome questions, with out shying away, on the West Bank, criticism from Washington or the costs requested by the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. Netanyahu has not given an inch.

2,500 demonstrators

For the 4th consecutive night because the Israeli strike in Rafah which left dozens useless, pro-Palestine demonstrators gathered. But this time, they selected the world across the tower the place TF1 and LCI are situated. Some of them blocked the Georges Pompidou expressway.

READ ALSO Why LFI MP David Guiraud loves Palestine a lotUnable to succeed in the tower, remoted by a big police power, they gathered in a single group, surrounded by a cordon of police, shouting “Gaza, Gaza, Paris is with you”, ” A Ceasefire Now” or “Murdering Israel”.

The gathering, which took place without incident, included up to 2,500 people at the height of the evening, according to the police headquarters.

The crowd chanted “Rima, Rima”, when the LFI candidate for the European elections arrived, with the deputies Sébastien Delogu, excluded from the Assembly for two weeks after brandishing a Palestinian flag, and Louis Boyard.

Calls to boycott TF1

Insoumise France mobilized in force against this interview. “TF1 in the mud of genocide. France is dirty,” Northern MP David Guiraud wrote on X.

Rima Hassan relayed on social networks a name to boycott TF1 to say “no to the apology of the genocide”. On the set of CNews, the pinnacle of the European checklist, Manon Aubry refused to sentence her operating mate, responding to Marion Maréchal that “France's inaction, yes, is complicit” within the battle waged by Israel in Gaza.