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Canada Morocco in turn condemns the publication of the cartoons of Mohammed in France

04:50  26 october  2020
04:50  26 october  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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« La liberté d’expression ne saurait, sous aucun motif, justifier la provocation insultante et l’offense injurieuse de la religion musulmane qui compte plus de deux milliards de fidèles dans le monde », souligne le communiqué. (Illustration) © FADEL SENNA / AFP “Freedom of expression cannot, under any reason, justify the insulting provocation and the insulting offense of religion Muslim who has more than two billion faithful in the world, ”said the press release. (Illustration)

The Kingdom of Morocco vigorously condemned, this Sunday, the continuation of the publication of the caricatures of Mohammed in France. A press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicates that the Kingdom of Morocco denounces these acts which reflect "the immaturity of their perpetrators", and reaffirms that "the freedom of some stops where the freedom and beliefs of others begin". A condemnation which comes as a call to boycott French products crosses the Arab world.

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"Freedom of expression can not, under any reason, justify the insulting provocation and the insulting offense of the Muslim religion which has more than two billion faithful in the world", underlines the press release. A statement that was shared by the account of the head of the Moroccan government Saad Dine El Otmani.

3/3 = As much as it condemns all obscurantist and barbaric violence allegedly perpetrated in the name of Islam, Morocco stands up against these abusive provocations of the sacredness of the Muslim religion.

- سعد الدين العثماني EL OTMANI Saad dine (@Elotmanisaad) October 25, 2020

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"As much that it condemns all obscurantist and barbaric violence allegedly perpetrated in the name of Islam, the Kingdom of Morocco stands up against these insulting provocations of the sacredness of the Muslim religion ”, further assures the Shereefian Kingdom in its press release.

"The Kingdom of Morocco, like other Arab and Muslim countries, calls for an end to stir up resentment and to show discernment and respect for otherness, as a prerequisite for living together and for peaceful dialogue and beneficial to religions, ”concludes the press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Kingdom of Morocco has always condemned the publications of the cartoons of Muhammad by Charlie Hebdo, and this to each of the hexagonal polemics around these cartoons.

In addition, the opposition party Istiqlal (center right) and the association Movement for Uniqueness and Reform, the religious wing of the Justice and Development Party, have also condemned these publications.

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