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But French voters who hope the National Front will do better are dangerously misguided.
And while 25 percent of all French people believe Zionism is "an international organization that aims to influence the world and society in favor of the Jews," 57 percent of Muslims, 32 percent of National Front supporters, and 28 percent of Left Front supporters consider that statement true.
Last night, Mr Washington told the ECHO he had not known the National Front had booked the room until they arrived, and was co-operating fully with the police investigation.
Sunday's election result was, however, the worst in the history of the National Front, with the prime minister blaming it on the so called "Chinese tsunami," the abandonment by the Chinese community.
Opinion polls suggest a narrow win for the National Front, and Najib faces pressure to return the party to its two-thirds majority in parliament.
The so-called "White Pride March", which was promoted on a South Wales National Front website, was condemned by campaigners, MPs and trade unionists who themselves gathered in a major counter demonstration, drawing more than 400 people, outside Swansea's Waterfront Museum.
The National Front declared its intention to sue the 53-year old American singer after she continued to use the swastika at her concert in the Stade de France on July 14, which is Bastille Day, the national holiday.
National Front spokesman Alain Vizier said on Sunday that the party would file a complaint in French court next week for "insults," Fox News reported.
WASHINGTON (PAN): A key US lawmaker on Friday urged US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to immediately invite Afghan National Front to the NATO summit in Chicago, arguing that peace in Afghanistan could not be achieved without its cooperation.
The only importance of the high voting rate obtained by the French National Front party is that this reveals the extent of the economic crisis that the fifth largest economy in the world is currently facing.
But the balance of power in the tightest presidential contest in a generation now rests with National Front candidate Marine Le Pen.
With the left-wing vote hopelessly split, the leading two parties in the first round of voting next April are Sarkozy's right-wing Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) and the ultra-right-wing National Front.

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