In the crowd, Abdelaziz Chaambi was present. He is an activist against Islamophobia and also listed on Fiche S. In France, a fiche S listing is an indicator used by law enforcement to flag an individual considered to be a serious threat to national security.
Chaambi allowed himself to attack and insult the polemicist to the applause of the crowd, as spotted and reported the columnist Guillaume Bigot.
The Islamist first attacked the PS who “devitalized” the struggle of Muslims, before violently attacking the author: “Zemmour the Islamophobic virus, Zemmour it’s a bastard, excuse me the term, engendered by an incestuous marriage between politics and the media,” he screamed.
The activist then continued with a dubious metaphor: “They made a monster. A filthy beast, when it is fed with spoiled food, it shits in our faces. When it eats Franco-French food, it tells us about Caroline Fourest, [Pascal] Bruckner, [Pascal] Praud, Zemmour, Morano, [Yvan] Rioufol, [Gilles] Clavreul, [Laurent] Bouvet, [Julien] Odoul, etc. And when this monster eats couscous or harissa, we get Zohra Bitan, Lydia Guirous, Zineb El Rhazoui.”
Abdelaziz Chaambi in his diatribe urged the crowd to “fight politically” and boasted of having “occupied the seat of the PS,” because “wallah the politicians eat from our hands,” he concluded to the cheers of the protesters.
Meanwhile, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, French Secretary of State for Transport, riled against Marine Le Pen on RTL as a guest on Sunday, November 3. The new President of the National Assembly’s vision of society does not include Le Pen or her followers.
“Marine Le Pen fantasizes about a France that does not exist,” he during an interview with the radio. “A Gaulish France, white, and heterosexual if possible, as Eric Zemmour said. It is a France that has never existed in history and by building this utopia, it sets people against each other. It seems to me to be totally the opposite of our project,” he said, reaffirming in passing his wish that Emmanuel Macron would stand for the presidential election of 2022.
“When I read or I listen to Marine Le Pen, I really feel to be light years away from what she proposes. I feel perfectly comfortable in this majority and I believe that the President is right to go to discuss and debate with people who completely challenge our ideas,” he then insisted.
On Twitter, Marine Le Pen asked Jean-Baptiste Djebbari not to “impute [his] racial, sexual or ethnic obsessions”. She added: “I defend all the French and, unlike you, I do not have a communitarian vision.”