“He (Macron - RT) calls the actions that are offensive to almost two billion Muslims of the world as“ freedom of speech ”.
Moreover, Macron decided that he would change their religion and create in France “an enlightened Islam.
I don't know what state Macron was in when he made this statement, but the consequences of such a reaction can be very tragic, ”Kadyrov said.
According to him, Macron himself "becomes like a terrorist."
"Supporting provocations, he covertly calls on Muslims to commit crimes," Kadyrov added.
He noted that Macron must know that such cartoons are perceived by believers painfully.
“And by his actions, on the contrary, he fancies the fire, and does not extinguish it, as any adequate leader should have done.
Never in history has such a policy ended well.
But the French president needs such upheavals, connected precisely with the Muslim world, ”the head of Chechnya believes.
According to Kadyrov, Macron, hiding behind a desire to restore order, is developing "some new laws, speaks of the need to control mosques and religious organizations."
“But in fact, the whole problem lies in him.
Until he and the leaders of other European countries begin to respect such concepts as "Religion", "Culture", "Morality" there will be no worthy future and order in their states.
Mockery of religion, mockery of it - they consider all this to be the observance of freedom of speech, but at the same time they themselves encroach on the values of other people, ”he said.
As Kadyrov stressed, the most important thing in the life of a Muslim is religion.
“No one has the right to treat her in a mocking manner.
Muslims will not forgive this, ”he concluded.
On October 16, an extremist reportedly beheaded a teacher outside an educational institution on the outskirts of Paris.
The attacker was shot dead by the police.
The murder is associated with an incident at a school, where a teacher showed caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in Charlie Hebdo during a lesson.
Commenting on the tragedy, Macron said that France would not refuse to publish such cartoons.
Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Macron's "anti-Islamic attacks", which are a threat to Turkey's national security.
Berlin called Erdogan's words about Macron unacceptable, especially in light of the murder of a teacher.
The Mufti of Chechnya Salakh-Khadzhi Mezhiev, commenting on Macron's position, said that the French president is "the number 1 terrorist in the world."