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    • 29.03.07 | 09:27 (IST)

    "After the publication of the interview, I had a difficult conversation with the director of the Ecole Polytechnique, where I have been teaching for 20 years, and he said to me: 'You have apologized, and we will accept your apology.' The truth is that I did not apologize, but I felt everything I had done there, including a book of my lectures I recently published - all that didn't count, and they just wanted to get rid of the racist professor." It is ironic, but these words could've been said by Professor Toaff, Bar Ilan University, after the publication of his "Blood Libel" book. "He also spoke about the danger of political correctness, which he described simply as "a refusal to accept the facts." Did Finkielkraut jump to defend Professor Toaff or was he afraid of the PC label? Sarkozy is a 1st generation son of an immigrant. Being white, he's accepted as full-blooded French. Some French Muslims are 3rd or 4th generation, but to Sarkozy they are not French!?

    from the article: A racist attack
    First published 00:00 28.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.03.07
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