Alain Soral, identified in the civil registry as Alain Bonnet, and frequently also named using the full family name as Alain Bonnet de Soral(French: [alɛ̃ sɔʁal]; born 2 October 1958), is a Franco-Swiss author, journalist, essayist, and film maker. He is the brother of the actress Agnès Soral, who first used the simplified "Soral" pseudonym, which his sister now also uses. Soral lives in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques. Since June 2004, he has been a boxing coach. Soral was originally a communist and later worked for the far-right National Front before leaving in 2009. In July 2015 he co-founded his own party, Égalité & Réconciliation (Equality and Reconciliation), with Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala, a French comedian of French and Camerounien origin. Soral has attracted controversy for antisemitism and 'incitement of racial hatred', including being convicted in court for incitement for saying about Hitler, "[t]his is what happens when you don't finish the job" in relation to Jews, although he claims to be protecting "every day's Jews" against "organised Jewish community" and Zionist lobbys.
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Documents by this author
|Alain Soral – My Homage to Robert Faurisson, First Published at AlisonCabloz.com||English||2018-10-29|