A tweet by Prince Hamzah bin Al Hussein, brother of the King of Jordan, written by a victory for the Prophet Muhammad, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, was met with great interaction by the pioneers of Twitter, in response to the attack by French President Emmanuel Macron against the Prophet of Islam and humanity by insisting on adhering to the cartoons insulting to our master Muhammad, may blessings be upon him. And peace.
At a time, tweeters praised the position of the prince, who was previously the crown prince of the Kingdom, others believed that tweeting alone is not enough, and that the practical response is strong measures to offend the noble Prophet, peace be upon him, which the French President supported.
O God, may the blessings and peace of Allah be upon our master Muhammad, the beloved, the Chosen One, the last of the prophets and messengers.
Peace be upon the messengers and the people of the book all
- Hamzah bin AlHussein (@HamzahHKJ) October 25, 2020
The number of accounts that liked Prince Hamzah's tweet, more than 24 hours after its publication, reached nearly 12,000, while more than 2,400 accounts re-published the tweet, as well as more than 449 interactions by commenting on what the prince wrote.
"Whoever was his grandfather, the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, will triumph over him and give an appropriate response to the fascist and the nazi, and Macron (..) Thank you, His Highness Prince Hamzah, we want a strict response to everyone who dares to attack our beloved, our Prophet, and our intercessor, Muhammad," said Ahlam Ahmad Mualla.
Amir in every sense of the word 😍😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/dvR2bEgghQ
- Princess (@ 6CEiFJhvZsa3YCO) October 26, 2020
Ahmad Al-Nashash tweeted by saying to the Emir, "May God reward you for this noble position, which is commensurate with your honorable position in support of the Messenger of humanity, may God bless him and grant him peace."
On the other hand, others interacted with the Jordanian prince's tweet, demanding strong practical positions on Macron's attack on the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, considering that tweeting alone is not enough.
Asfour tweeted, "It is assumed that there is a stronger response than this (this), and it moves from the person to the responsible institutions that help us walk (march) in a correct direction in resolute response to everyone who offends the master of creation."
Fawzi Zureikat described the prince's tweet as nice words, but he hoped that the message would be directed to Macron instead of making it public because he is the sponsor of the offense of the noble Prophet.
We wish you, Prince, to name things by their names and denounce the position and statements of French President Macron and his attack on Islam and his support for publishing and re-publishing the insulting cartoons of our Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace.
- Sakher kloub.
Rock the Globe (@sakherk) October 25, 2020
Muhammad Hassan Al-Thunaibat called on Prince Hamzah to file a case in European courts against those who insulted the Prophet of Islam, peace be upon him, while Suhaib Al-Shaourish called for the expulsion of the French ambassador to Jordan, Veronique Folland, and the closure of the consulate in the Kingdom.
The French president said on October 21 that his country would not abandon the (offensive) caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, which sparked a wave of anger across the Arab and Islamic world, and campaigns were launched in some countries to boycott French products and goods.