Sophia Aram, in great shape on the Molières stage

Sophia Aram, in great shape on the Molières stage
Sophia Aram, in great shape on the Molières stage

VIDEO – The columnist took advantage of her time on stage to experience her irony. Then make a different voice heard on the conflict in .

Hosted by comedian Caroline Vigneaux, the Molières ceremony which was held on Monday evening at the Folies Bergère reviewed all the ills that plague live performance. And some of the subjects that agitate society. On stage, France Inter columnist Sophia Aram showed a little more humor than the others. Logical, since she received the Molière for best comedy show for The World a show that takes aim at populists, conspiracy theorists and others “stamped”to use his words.

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Cyril Hanouna’s best enemy decided to test his irony. “I would so much like to make this moment a light, inclusive and caring moment – all of us -, a moment of tenderness between private theater and public theater or, I don’t know, a moment of reconciliation between Rachida Dati and Kebab, the dog by Gabriel Attal…”, she jokes. The France 2 camera stubbornly films the face of the minister, who releases an amused pout. His neighbors Jean-Marc Dumontet, the president of the Académie des Molières, and Delphine Ernotte, the boss of France Télévisions, smile. Nagui, behind them, laughs.

The “silence” after October 7

Sophia Aram refers to a message supposedly sent by the Minister of Culture to the Prime Minister last March. “I’m going to turn your dog into a kebab”would have written, according to The world, Rachida Dati to Gabriel Attal, while the Culture budget risked being cut by 200 million euros. But the Inter columnist is not up to date. The minister and the black chow chow (his name is Volta, in reality) have already had the opportunity to reconcile during a “canine aperitif” organized at the town hall of the 7th arrondissement…

Sophia Aram’s speech then takes another turn. “As I am prudent, I will settle for a service message. We who share the freedom to raise a cry on all the channels in France, or to scream our indignation about everything and anything in forums, most of which are co-signed by Annie Ernaux …I think we should be careful of our silences. In the hubbub of our easy indignation, the silence, even relative, after October 7, in which 1,200 Israelis were massacred, is deafening.

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How can we be in solidarity with the thousands of civilians who died in Gaza without also being in solidarity with the Israeli victims? How can we demand a ceasefire from Israel without demanding the release of Israeli hostages? How can we demand the departure of Netanyahu without demanding that of ?, then asks the France Inter columnist, widely applauded by the Folies Bergère hall. Israel, Iran, #MeToo and CGT, this 35th Molières Night was more political than ever.

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