Demonstrators protest against comedian Dieudonné before his show in Geneva, Switzerland
- 26 May 2010
Jewish organizations in Switzerland protested in front of the auditorium where French comedian Dieudonné presented his show "Sandrine" on May 26th, 2010. Dieudonné is known for his politically charged remarks and performances, especially about followers of the Jewish faith.
The town council of Geneva was opposed to the comedian's performance, but city courts granted him the right to perform two nights in the hall at the Cité Universitaire.
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