Claims Tunisian pres. made antisemitic rhetoric false, says his office – The Jerusalem Post

But Falso, a fact-checking platform in Tunisia that has been critical of the government, used slow-motion and speed-up techniques to discover that Saied actually said “hal yahoon,” a rhetoric question that means “Is that acceptable?!”
Prior to the denial by the president’s office, the Conference of European Rabbis protested in a statement what they believed to be an antisemitic remark by Saied.

Source: Claims Tunisian pres. made antisemitic rhetoric false, says his office – The Jerusalem Post