Eric Zemmour, the well known French intellectual of Jewish-Algerian origin, was fined and told he may no longer speak in public about matters concerning Islam because of what he said in a September 2016 TV interview:
The polemicist Eric Zemmour was sentenced Thursday [06/22/2017] to a 5,000 euro fine for incitement to hatred for anti-Muslim remarks held in the program “C to you” on September 6, 2016.
During the broadcast on France 5, he had in particular considered that it was necessary to give the Muslims “the choice between Islam and France”.
He had also argued that “all Muslims, whether they say it or not,” regarded the jihadists as “good Muslims.”
The Correctional Court of Paris ruled that the remarks made are “undoubtedly serious”, “stigmatizing on several occasions and in particularly violent and peremptory terms, a community taken in its entirety.”
A translation of the entire article can be seen here.