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Ovadia: without culture, there is no Europe


Music and theater seen as universal languages. Commitment because life is more than just a bio-social-economic accident. Islam and the role
of clergymen. A passion for Europe still to be created. Pope Benedict XVI and femininity. Interview with Moni Ovadia, a secular Jew, an artist
without frontiers, an intellectual who does not hide himself, but expresses his own political and social commitment.

Music and theater seen as universal languages. Commitment because life is more than just a bio-social-economic accident. Islam and the role
of clergymen. A passion for Europe still to be created. Pope Benedict XVI and femininity. Interview with Moni Ovadia, a secular Jew, an artist
without frontiers, an intellectual who does not hide himself, but expresses his own political and social commitment.

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