Although his alleged sexual exploits are making waves, it is Israel, not women that is in former IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn's heart.
In an interview with the newspaper "Liberation" back in April, just over a month before he made headlines for attempted rape charges (that are looking increasingly shaky), DSK told the French daily that only three things could prevent him from becoming the next president of France - his money, his women and his Judaism.
The fallen-from-grace financier recounted an interview he gave some years back with the "Tribune Juive"(The Jewish Tribune), in which he said "I wake up every morning and think about how I can help Israel."
For starters, some good baguettes and camembert would be appreciated, as for diplomacy – let's hold off until we are once again sure he truly is a mensch.
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