Alain Soral

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.[1][2] 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,[3] although he claims to be protecting "every day's Jews" against "organised Jewish community" and Zionist lobbys.

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