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Entries by Bernard-Henri Lévy from 11/2010

SOS Sakineh

| Posted 11.02.2010 | World

This Tuesday, November 2nd, the news came through the Iranian networks and then the international press agencies: The execution of Sakineh could be carried out in short time.

Sakineh, Ahmadinejad, and the "Insolents"

| Posted 11.03.2010 | World

And so Iran is backing down. The Islamic Republic does it in its own way, tortuously, but it is backing down -- a fact made evident this morning in two announcements by officials from Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Stop Shooting at Obama

| Posted 11.03.2010 | Politics

Barack Obama has sometimes "disappointed," but he has not "failed." And only those who confuse politics and magic, regretting that he did not transform his country and the world in the wink of an eye, can speak of "failure."

Iran to Defend Women's Rights and Philosophy? No, Unfortunately, it's Not a Joke

| Posted 11.08.2010 | World

We are now nearing the moment when, from little arrangements to great back-downs, from cultural concessions to totalitarian power grabs, the United Nations institution itself will be ready for the scrap heap.

Is Jean-Luc Godard Anti-Semitic?

| Posted 11.13.2010 | World

The question of Godard's anti-semitism has come up again, on the occasion of an "Honorary Award," this Saturday, November 13th in Los Angeles, for the entirety of his work.

Is Jean-Luc Godard Antisemitic? First Episode: Hail Mary (1984)

| Posted 11.15.2010 | World

1984. Probably during the first months of the year. Jean-Luc Godard was preparing to shoot Je vous Salue Marie (Hail Mary), in which he had offered me the role of Joseph.

Is Jean-Luc Godard Antisemitic? Second Episode: Godard Actor? (1998)

| Posted 11.16.2010 | World

Sometimes accompanied by Sarde, sometimes without him, generally after a simple, spontaneous phone call to make sure I was there, available "for a coffee," Jean-Luc Godard stopped by my place on the Boulevard Saint-Germain.

Is Jean-Luc Godard Antisemitic? Not a Gala Dinner (Third Episode, 1999)

| Posted 11.18.2010 | World

The initiative for the "Pas un dîner de gala" (Not a gala dinner) project was Jean-Luc Godard's; as is often the case with him, everything evolved from a commission.

Is Godard Antisemitic? Part III (2)

| Posted 11.20.2010 | World
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This third letter, manifestly exasperated was in reaction to a brief article by Jean-Michel Frodon that appeared in Le Monde on June 27th, 1999, entitled, "The Famous Debate".

With the All Blacks, in Dublin

| Posted 11.23.2010 | Sports
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Football and rugby are like Corneille and Racine, or the Stones and the Beatles, or a Mac and a PC. They are two different parties. Two religions. And one must choose between the two. For my part, I have made my choice.