Canada The CFCM calls on Muslims to cancel the festivities linked to the anniversary of the birth of the prophet
Call for a boycott in the Arab world after Macron's words on Islamic separatism
© AHMED HAGAGY BOYCOTT OF FRENCH PRODUCTS IN KUWAIT BECAUSE OF CARICATURES Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan again attacked his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, whose recent comments on Islam have sparked criticism, demonstrations and even calls for a boycott of French products in the Muslim world.
The president of the French Council of the Muslim Cult (CFCM), Mohammed Moussaoui, called on Muslims to cancel the festivities of the Muslim festival of Mawlid "as a sign of mourning and solidarity"attack, this Thursday, October 29. These celebrations, scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, commemorate the birth of the Prophet Muhammad.
On, he also asked that places of worship close tonight.
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Boycott: the CFCM calls on Muslims in France to "defend the interest" of the country
>> READ ALSO - How Emmanuel Macron wants to respond to Erdogan's Turkey Calls for boycott are multiplying in the Muslim world "France is a big country, Muslim citizens are not persecuted, they freely build their mosques and freely practice their religion", he declared, while demonstrations and calls for boycott are multiplying in the Muslim world after recent remarks by President Emmanuel Macron on Islam.
—CfcmOfficiel (@CFCM) “Outrage to our faith and our religion”
The president of the CFCM also condemned the attack in Nice and expressed his “compassion”:“I strongly condemn and vigorously denounce this terrorist act which is once again breaking into our lives. I express all my compassion and solidarity with the victims, their families and loved ones. I express all my solidarity with the Catholic community in France which was preparing to celebrate All Saints' Day. "
He added:" These acts are an affront to our faith and our religion, we must strongly denounce them. "
Mohammed Moussaoui fears" a deleterious climate "in which Muslims will be singled out, but insisted:" Decency and dignity obliges me to first think of the victims and their families. Muslims in France must feel hurt, horrified by these acts which have been claimed in the name of the Muslim religion. "
In Beirut: "I am here out of love for the prophet, I do not accept that he is ridiculed" .
© Bilal Hussein In front of the Pins residence, seat of the French ambassador, in Beirut, Friday. In the capital of Lebanon a few hundred people demonstrated this Friday in front of the residence of the French ambassador to protest against the cartoons of Mohammed. The end of the prayer signaled the beginning of the gathering.