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Eric Zemmour calls for a complete ban on religious symbols in public spaces

Eric Zemmour calls for a complete ban on religious symbols in public spaces

European 1

Guest of “Grand Rendez-vous,” presidential candidate Eric Zemmour presented his vision for France. The former journalist spoke in favor of banning religious symbols in public places with the exception of “religious professionals”. He defines secularism as a “discretionary duty”.

Its location is clear. Recovery filter! In the presidential elections in favor of banning religious symbols in public places. The former polemicist explains: “When I left the synagogue, I put my heart on my head and my mother asked me to put it in my pocket.” Eric Zemmour defines secularism as a “discretionary duty.” “You don’t have to assert your religion in front of others, it’s a matter of respect and elegance,” he continued during Grand Rendez-Vous on Europe 1/CNews/Les Echos.

Exception for “religious professionals”

However, the former journalist for Le Figaro noted an exception for “those who wear the dress” and “religious professionals”. According to the candidate, the ban on religious symbols should be restricted to civilians only. “I don’t see what’s shocking about that,” Eric Zemmour says.

The candidate also raised the “Christian roots of France”. “France was made by Christianity 1500 years ago, even revolts against Christianity are saturated with Christianity,” he explains on the Europe 1 microphone. “This does not mean that one becomes a Christian or that we believe in a faith but that we are culturally imbued with this religion.”

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