If Dieudonné Me Bala Me Bala has already sometimes difficult to find the rooms where produce, its digital future is darkened in turn. The group, Facebook has announced on Monday to have it banned permanently from Facebook and Instagram, to "content mocking the victims of the Holocaust" and " under dehumanizing against the Jews ".
" In accordance with our policy on the individuals and the organizations dangerous, we have permanently banned Dieudonné Me Bala Me Bala of Facebook and Instagram. Ban a person permanently from our services is a decision that we weigh always with caution, but individuals and organizations who attack others on the basis of what they are and have no place on Facebook or on Instagram, " explained a spokesperson for the giant of the digital.
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In a statement, the international League against racism and antisemitism (Licra) sees it as " a great victory and the culmination of a long-term work, carried out by our teams and our lawyers, which has finally paid off ". "His publications have committed considerable damage and irreparable among the youth and they participated, for years to trivialize the obsession of the jews, and to give a second youth to the holocaust denial of Robert Faurisson. It was time that the disorder ceases, and we are particularly proud to have actively participated to turn off this torrent of hatred ", the organization added.
Facebook had already, in the past, banished from its social media personalities on the far right, in the image of Alain Soral or Hervé Ryssen, as well as organizations such as Generation identity. Accustomed to courts, Dieudonne has been repeatedly condemned by the law for his hate speech. In November, he was sentenced to 9 000 euro fine, for complicity to slander anti-semitic, after the publication of a video and a song titled " This is my choaaa ".