Protests against the cartoons of the Holy Prophet increased in several parts of the Islamic world, while Paris sought measures against Turkey, and a French politician described the economic boycott as a blow against his country.

Malaysia .. Condemnation and a protest note

The Malaysian Minister of Religious Affairs - Dhu al-Kifl bin Muhammad al-Bakri - called on the French government to learn Islamic values ​​and study the Prophet’s biography, in a letter he addressed to the French ambassador in Kuala Lumpur.

Parties and non-governmental organizations have adopted a campaign to boycott French goods in Malaysia, in response to the statements of French President Emmanuel Macron, and "Charlie Hebdo" newspaper published insulting pictures of the Holy Prophet.

The leader of the opposition in Parliament - Anwar Ibrahim - called on the French president to stop promoting Islamist terrorism, he said, while representatives of the Malaysian Islamic Party handed the French embassy a protest note.

On Tuesday, the Turkish Parliament strongly condemned the statements of French President Emmanuel Macron that are insulting to Islam and Muslims.

In a voting session, the General Assembly approved a memorandum submitted by Parliament Speaker Mustafa Shantoub in this regard, strongly condemning and condemning Macron's statements.

A joint statement of 4 Turkish parties represented in the Turkish Parliament called on thought leaders, politicians and artists in the West to take a stand against what they described as provocative and insulting statements regarding Islam and its noble Messenger.

The parties - the Justice and Development Party, the Republican People's Party, the Nationalist Movement Party and the Good Party - said that Macron's statements will lead to results at the international level that will stimulate the emergence of conflicts and disagreements that will negatively and profoundly affect all people of all religions.

President of Chechnya to Macron: You are the leader of terrorism and its inspiration

, Ramzan Kadyrov, president of the Russian republic of Chechnya, which has a Muslim majority, said on Tuesday that French President Emmanuel Macron encourages terrorists by justifying the offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, as protected by the right to freedom of expression.

Kadyrov said - in a post on Instagram today, Tuesday - that Macron was wrong when he described displaying such cartoons as freedom of opinion.

"You push people toward terrorism, leave them no choice, and create conditions for the growth of extremism in the heads of young people. You can boldly describe yourself as the leader of terrorism and its inspiration in your country," he added, addressing Macron.

Burning pictures of Macron in Palestine and a demonstration in Jordan and

in Palestine, demonstrators burned - Tuesday - pictures of French President Emmanuel Macron in the West Bank, to denounce his defense of the insulting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.

The demonstrators raised banners loyal to the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, and chanted slogans against Macron, including "A nation whose leader Muhammad (may God bless him and grant him peace) will not fall."

Dozens participated in a sit-in in front of the French embassy in Amman - Tuesday - denouncing the "racist" statements of French President Emmanuel Macron, which are causing widespread controversy in the Islamic world, and his insistence on supporting the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace.

The Secretary-General of the Islamic Action Front (the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan), Murad Al-Adaileh, said during the sit-in, "We demand the French government for an official and immediate apology for offending the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace."

He added, "This hateful racist rhetoric led by Macron may lead to a religious war if it does not stop (...) It is Macron who creates extremism and fuels it, and leads a racist war against the Arab and Islamic nation."

Anger has escalated in Jordan, where videos posted on social media showed shelves of stores devoid of French goods, or being replaced by products from other countries, in response to the call to boycott French products.

And in Algeria, the Association of Muslim Scholars called - on Tuesday - for all addresses and banners written in French to be removed in the country in response to the insult to the Messenger, peace be upon him.

The association said - in a statement published on its Facebook page - that the rulers should review their relations with France, withdraw all ambassadors from Paris, in addition to reviewing the volume of commercial, economic and cultural transactions that link the countries of the Islamic world with France.

The children of the Islamic nation defend their messenger's belief, love, jealousy, masculinity, chivalry, nervousness, and nationalism, and this is part of the religion (may God bless him and grant him peace)

Posted by Association of Algerian Muslim Scholars Official Page on Tuesday, October 27, 2020

France wants measures against Turkey, and

in return, France urged other members of the European Union - on Tuesday - to take action against Turkey after its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, questioned the mental health of French President Emmanuel Macron, and called for a boycott of French goods.

"France is united and Europe is united. At the next European Council meeting, Europe will have to take decisions that allow it to strengthen the balance of power with Turkey to better defend its interests and European values," Trade Minister Frank Riester told lawmakers.

As part of the French reactions, Gilbert Kollard - one of the most famous French right-wing politicians who is anti-Muslim - acknowledged that the economic boycott by some Islamic countries against the backdrop of the angry campaigns against France represents a blow to France.

In his tweet, Kollar said, "Islamic countries are imposing economic jihad against France. We must stop selling weapons and strike back with a counter strike!"

Des pays musulmans décrètent le djihad économique contre la France;

il faut cesser de leur vendre des armes et rendre coup pour coup! # Boycott #Caricatures # Koweït #Qatar #Jordanie #Turquie #Iranhttps: //

- Gilbert Collard (@GilbertCollard) October 25, 2020

A number of activists saw that this statement confirms the effectiveness of the boycott calls, as one of the tweeters wrote, "We will have a holiday if you do this, just let us alone."

In the same context, a French court approved - on Tuesday - the decision of the Ministry of the Interior to close the Bantan Mosque in the suburbs of Paris for a period of 6 months.

The administrative court in the city of Montreuil (North) ruled the closure of the Bantan Mosque for a period of 6 months, and considered that closing the mosque would not be a serious and illegal violation of basic freedoms.