March 27, 2023
On Wednesday, Iran’s Foreign Ministry (pictured) released a list of around 40 personalities and entities accused of “supporting terrorism and terrorist groups”. ATTA KENARE/AFP

The station, but also Anne Hidalgo, Charlie Hebdo and Bernard-Henri Lévy are the target of sanctions.

“For three days, I have had a team asking me why we don’t have police downstairs, and I don’t know what to say to them.” Since he learned “by chance” that the Jewish community station he runs, Radio Jis on the latest list of persons and entities sanctioned by Iran, Emmanuel Rials says to himself “worry”. On Wednesday, the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a list of around forty personalities and entities accused of “support terrorism and terrorist groups”, of“incite and encourage acts of violence against the Iranian people”, of “to interfere in the internal affairs of Iran”, of “promoting violence and unrest in Iran” and of “spreading lies and disseminating false information about Iran”.

Among those concerned, on the French side, Radio J therefore, but also the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgothe Minister Delegate for Cities and Housing, Olivier Klein, the writer-philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy…

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