#BoycottFrenchProducts , #BoycottFrance#ShameOnYouMacron is trending and why not? Which Muslim can tolerate an insult of his /her dear Prophet.Prophet Muhammad SAW.
Cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad were projected onto government buildings in France.Yes, Cartoons of our beloved prophet muhammad عليه افضل الصلاة و السلام shown on government buildings
“We will not give up cartoons, drawings, even if others back down,” said the president of France “
Samuel Paty, a history teacher was beheaded by his student after he showed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in class.France will confer the demise with the Légion d’honneur – France’s highest honour.
“Allowing people free reign to insult the Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) under the garb of freedom of expression while protecting institutions and history sacrosanct to other religious beliefs and national symbols is pure hypocrisy and condemnable,said Imran Khan.
A day earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Macron over his policies towards Muslims, saying that the French president needed “mental checks”.
“What can one say about a head of state who treats millions of members from different faith groups this way: first of all, have mental checks,” Erdogan said in a televised address.
These are the products that are made in France-
In defence of the honour of the Messenger of Allah, Sayyiduna Muhammad (SAW) – Supermarket in Jenin, Palestine, offloads French products and urges boycott#Palestine #FranceBoycott #France pic.twitter.com/FZ3noIHLM3— Masjid al Aqsa (@firstqiblah) October 24, 2020
Some Muslim countries such as Kuwait responded to the pressures and boycott that France imposed on French Muslims these days by removing French products from their supermarket shelves. A great example to follow for Djibouti which in turn depends on this products. pic.twitter.com/mvcMOTUQJQ— The Great Djibouti (@greatdjibouti) October 23, 2020
From a restaurant in Kuwait 🇰🇼— . (@alfallujah__) October 24, 2020
So far Kuwait has condemned Macron, has started to boycott French products and pull them from their stores, and put Macron where he belongs, under their feet!! Its good to see a Arab country come out against France and defend the Prophet saw 🙂 pic.twitter.com/9OQ7XudLHg
France’s foreign affairs ministry said that in recent days there had been calls to boycott French products, notably food products, in several Middle Eastern countries as well as calls for demonstrations against France over the cartoons.
In Kuwait, the non-governmental Union of Consumer Co-operative Societies, which groups more than 70 establishments, issued the boycott directive in an Oct. 23 circular. Several co-ops visited by Reuters on Sunday had cleared the shelves of items such as hair and beauty products made by French companies.
Union head Fahd Al-Kishti told Reuters that all French products had been removed from all the co-ops in response to “repeated insults” against the Prophet and had been taken independently of Kuwait’s government.
This movement is growing; This is the least we can do as a consumer. Will you join?