Liam Duffy

The French academic paying a heavy price for probing the Muslim Brotherhood

An interview with Florence Bergeaud-Blackler

Florence Bergeaud-Blackler (Credit: GIS/ YouTube)

Loitering by the entrance, I clock a large gentleman with tattoos crawling up his neck from underneath his collar. It’s immediately obvious he’s not there for lunch: he is there on behalf of the French state to prevent an assassination. Specifically, the targeting of the academic I am meeting: Dr.

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