The condemnation of the statements of French President Emmanuel Macron, in which he declared that his country will not abandon the drawings that are offensive to the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace and Islamic symbols.
On Friday, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation condemned "France's continued attack on Muslims' sentiments by insulting religious symbols."
The secretariat of the Jeddah-based organization said in a statement today that it continued to publish the offensive cartoons, expressing its surprise at the official political rhetoric issued by some French officials that offends French-Islamic relations and fuels feelings of hatred for the sake of partisan political gains.
And in Lebanon, the Dar Al Iftaa in Lebanon confirmed today that the offense covered by President Macron against the Prophet Muhammad, the Khatm al-Mursalin, will fuel hatred among peoples.
The Secretary-General of Dar al-Iftaa, Amin al-Kurdi, said that the concept of freedom practiced by some in the right of the Messenger of Islam and promoted to him and covered by Macron, will lead to fueling hatred between peoples and religious conflicts, considering that condemning the incident of killing the French professor is unfair without condemning it.
In Kuwait, the reactions condemning the French behavior continued. The Speaker of the Kuwaiti National Assembly, Marzouq Al-Ghanem, denounced today the publication of some French newspapers and other cartoons offensive to the Holy Prophet.
In a press statement, Al-Ghanim called on the Kuwaiti government to denounce the intended abuse of the symbols of Islam, and to take practical action within the diplomatic environment to prohibit offending all beliefs around the world.
Representative Ahmed Al-Fadl also called on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for international diplomatic action to curb this extremism covered in the guise of freedom.
In turn, the Islamic Constitutional Movement condemned Macron's statements about his adherence to the cartoons offensive to the Holy Prophet, and called on the Kuwaiti government and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to support the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, and jealousy over the nation’s belief.
In Qatar, a number of Qatar University students called on the university administration to cancel the Qatar-French Cultural Week, which it will organize during the period from 25 to 29 October, in response to insulting Islam and the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace.
In response to this, the university administration decided to postpone the event indefinitely, stressing that any prejudice to Islamic belief, sanctities and symbols "is totally unacceptable."
Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron said during a memorial service for Bate that was held at the Sorbonne University that France would not abandon the drawings "and some retreat," adding that Patty was killed because "Islamists want to seize our future."
This speech did not go unnoticed, but rather ignited social media that called for a boycott of French products on the hashtag # Boycott_French Products, which tops the list of the most common hashtags in most Arab countries, in addition to the hashtag # Macron_ offends the Prophet and # except_the Messenger of God in which bloggers have expressed their outrage at the continued publication Charges that offend the Prophet of Islam.
Boycotting French products 🚫🚫 pic.twitter.com/50gjzZXkj6
- Sohaib (@ Sohaib44318252) October 23, 2020
Teach them that we love our Prophet more than everything in this life, no matter how short we are, but we do not accept that our religion will be insulted, no matter what we have sinned, but we will still love God and His Messenger and support his religion, so that we will be as the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: A person is with those who love him
(do not help him, may God support him. ❤️💫 # Our Messenger Red Line # Boycott of French products pic.twitter.com/Y4pYmoMQLJ
- Sultan Al Raisi (@sulltanalraisi) October 23, 2020
I invite you to # Boycott_French Products after the French government endorsed the cartoons offensive to our Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace pic.twitter.com/H4ofvMRliB
- 💙AL-ReeM💙 (@ ReeM14000404) October 23, 2020
French Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on Friday the imposition of sanctions for publishing personal information on the Internet that would "endanger the lives of others", after the murder of a history professor in the Paris region a week ago.
The law, to be introduced on December 9th, will include “the possibility of punishing those who publish personal information on the Internet” that would threaten “the lives of others,” referring to the incident of teacher Samuel Patti, whose identity and the name of the school he teaches was published by the father of a student and an Islamic preacher. Internet.
The Prime Minister announced an increase in the number of employees of the network monitoring platform and the creation of a "specialized device in the Office of the Prosecutor General in Paris to limit prosecutions and improve their efficiency."
The European Commission is set to unveil a new law, "the Digital Services Law", by the end of the year to improve regulation of the work of the technology giants, in terms of data management, disinformation and hate speech in particular.