Serge Ayoub

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Serge Ayoub, May 1, 2014

Serge Élie Ayoub (born 29 October 1964 in Bagnolet, Seine-Saint-Denis, France) is a French activist associated with the French extreme right, with Lebanese origins.

Biography

Son of a mother judge,[1] Serge Ayoub grew up in Bagnolet with Lebanese roots.[2]

Involved with the porn actress, Tabatha Cash,[3] he became associated with the hooligans of the Parc des Princes, supporters of Paris Saint-Germain, with the Pitbull Kop. He founded in 1987 the Jeunesses Nationalistes Révolutionnaires (JNR) and joined the Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University. In 1993, he was candidate during the French legislative election, 1993 where he obtained 0.17% of the votes. He participated in the festival of Égalité et Réconciliation of Alain Soral, close to Frédéric Chatillon, member of the Groupe Union Défense and founded a bar for conferences with Jean-Paul Gourévitch, Pierre Sidos, Pierre Hillard, François-Bernard Huyghe, Guillaume de Tanoüarn, Michel Drac, Romain Bessonnet, Jean-Marie Vianney Ndagijimana, Véronique Hervouët, David Mascré, Maurice Gendre, Denis Collin and Marine Le Pen. In June 2013,[4] after Clément Méric's death, he was criticized by Najat Vallaud-Belkacem who saw him as a menace to society.[5][6][7][8]

Publications

  • Conte barbare, 2008, Le Retour aux Sources, ( ISBN 978-2-35512-015-2)
  • Doctrine du Solidarisme, 2012, Éditions du Pont d’Arcole ( ISBN 979-1-09196-602-3)

Bibliography

  • Éric Rossi, Jeunesse française des années 80–90 : la tentation néo-fasciste, sous la dir. et préf. d'Hugues Portelli, Librairie générale de droit et de jurisprudence, 1995, 382 p. ( ISBN 2-275-00272-3)

Filmography

  • Sur les pavés, autonomiste media, 2009.

See also

External links

  • Troisième Voie website
  • Le Local, his bar
  • Interview with Serge Ayoub, Radio Bandiera Nera in May 2008.
  • Radio Résistance, dernière interview de Serge Ayoub en date du 17 décembre 2008.

References

  1. ^ Caroline Monnot, « Serge Ayoub, le chef de bande de la mouvance skinhead », Le Monde, 10 juin 2013.
  2. ^ "Ayoub, nazi qui s'en dédit". Libération.fr.
  3. ^ "Vice France: Paris - Skinheads Vs. Bikers".
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 11 June 2013. Retrieved 9 June 2013.
  5. ^ Najat Vallaud-Belkacem demande aux médias de ne pas faire de publicité aux groupuscules d'extrême droite, sur lelab.europe1.fr
  6. ^ Julie Mendel (7 June 2013). "Mort de Clément Méric : ce que les suspects ont raconté à Serge Ayoub". metronews.
  7. ^ "FRANCE - Mort de Clément Méric : cinq personnes toujours en garde à vue - France 24". France 24.
  8. ^ Affaire Clément Méric: Serge Ayoub, leader des JNR, s'emporte contre les Inrocks. 6 June 2013 – via YouTube.
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