Jean- Marie Le Pen talks France and integration
Friday, 29 July 2016
This week’s guest is French politician, Jean- Marie le pen, the founder of the extreme-right party, the “National Front” that is led now by his daughter Marine le pen. Le Pen who was accused of discrimination and radical hatred towards Muslims, denies these accusations saying that he was the first politician to have supported an Arab candidate in the French parliamentary elections in 1957. He admits that there is a problem in people linking between Muslims and violence in Paris suburbs where the majority of the inhabitants are immigrants. Regarding the U.S presidential elections, he reveals that he prefers the republican candidate Donald Trump because he is against the lobbies behind US politics.
Point of Order is a live, weekly socio-political hard-talk show. Its guests have included figures such as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, French philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Lévy and the president of the Iraqi Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani. The show, presented by Hasan Muawad, is known for its bold questions and sometimes controversial guests and discussions.