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18 Jan
Karim Benzema filed a defamation lawsuit against French minister Gérald Darmanin, who accused him of having links with the Muslim Brotherhood. Darmanin’s comment came after Benzema tweeted his support for the people of Gaza in October. He noted Benzema’s failure to express sympathy for the Israeli victims killed by Hamas, highlighting his “links with the Muslim Brotherhood."
16 Jun 2023
'It is a sad day' - Benzema says goodbye to Real Madrid

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