Tehran: Iran summons French ambassador to protest blasphemous sketches and President Macron's anti-Islamic remarks
According to a international information company, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif condemned the publication of blasphemous sketches and controversial statements by President Macron, saying that the sanctity of Muslims world wide was insulted beneath the guise of freedom of expression. Every Muslim is captivated by it.
In a press release on the social networking website Twitter, Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif mentioned that those that acquire energy and authority by means of colonial governments make Muslims their victims of hatred.
An announcement from the Saudi Foreign Ministry states that freedom of expression should respect and tolerate the tradition of others and reject strategies and measures in opposition to coexistence that promote hatred, violence and extremism. Give delivery to.
Demonstrations additionally happened outdoors the French embassy in Iraq, with protesters demanding that the French president apologize to Muslims for the controversial assertion.
On the opposite hand, the marketing campaign to boycott French merchandise within the Gulf nations has gained momentum. After Kuwait, French items are being boycotted in Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.