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protected] police on Wednesday arrested the country’s most incendiary comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala for having posted a message on Facebook last week which appeared to show sympathy for the man who killed four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris last week “Tonight as far as Im concerned I feel like Charlie Coulibaly” wrote Dieudonné in a reference to the gunman Amedy Coulibaly who also fatally shot a policewoman last Thursday MORE Dieudonné M’bala M’bala has become a star by targeting France’s Jews The arrest of the comedian was “totally exaggerated and disportionate” according to his lawyer Jacques Verdier He told TIME on Wednesday that his client remained in custody nine hours after his arrest Verdier said he thought the government had “lost its composure” The arrest is already being seen as a sign of double standards in France coming three days after President François Hollande attended a march through the streets of Paris to proclaim freedom of speech The paroxysm of violence in Paris began on January 7 when Said and Cherif Kouachi massacred eight journalists at the satirical paper Charlie Hebdo and four others The Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula claimed on Wednesday it had planned and ordered the attack on the publication Large Crowds Rally Against Terrorism in Paris After Attacks Thousands of people gather at Place de la République in Paris Jan 11 2015 Peter Dejong—AP French President Francois Hollande is surrounded by head of states including Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel European Council President Donald Tusk and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as they attend the solidarity march in the streets of Paris Jan 11 2015 Philippe Wojazer—Reuters Demonstrators make their way along Boulevrd Voltaire in a unity rally in Paris following the recent terrorist attacks on Jan 11 2015 in Paris Christopher Furlong—Getty Images A man holds a pencil which has become a symbol for the cartoonists and editors killed at Charlie Hebdo as he takes part in a solidarity march in the streets of Paris Jan 11 2015 Eric Gaillard—Reuters Families and relatives walk and hold banners reading ‘Charlie’ during a march to honor victims of the terrorist attacks and show unity in Paris Jan11 2015 Julien WarnandJ—EPA Demonstrators make their way along Place de la République during a mass unity rally following the recent terrorist attacks on Jan 11 2015 in Paris Dan Kitwood—Getty Images A man holds a giant pencil which has become a symbol for the cartoonists and editors killed at Charlie Hebdo as as he takes part in the solidarity march in the streets of Paris Jan 11 2015 Stephane Mahe—Reuters People gather at the Place de la Nation in Paris Jan 11 2015 Yoan Valat—EPA A balloon reading "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) is held at Place de la Bastille during the solidarity march on Jan 11 2015 in Paris Joel Saget—AFP/Getty Images A general view shows hundreds of thousands of French citizens taking part in a solidarity march in the streets of Paris Jan 11 2015 Eric Gaillard—Reuters 1 of 10 Advertisement On Wednesday Dieudonné was being investigated for “defending terrorism” His arrest came a day after Prime Minister Manuel Valls who last year ordered theaters to cancel Dieudonné’s show made an impassioned speech to parliament about “these preachers of hatred” without mentioning the comedian by name The comedian’s in-your-face act with its jokes about the Holocaust has made Dieudonné a household name in France and tickets to his shows sell out weeks in advance In a long interview with TIME last year Dieudonné said “there is some paranoia among Jews If I have deeply hurt anyone I apologize” Dieudonné who comes from a Cameroonian immigrant family has built his fame around the ability to push buttons and cause offence That says Verdier is similar to Charlie Hebdo whose humor regularly insults people “Dieudonné is also controversial he is also against religion” he says The comedian has irked the government for years and instilled deep anxieties in French Jews who see his brand of humor as giving voice to rising anti-Semitism in the country While the Charlie Hebdo attack brought huge global sympathy it has also provoked a strong debate in France about the limits of free speech something that does not have blanket legal protection as it does in the US. 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