With the participation of hundreds of demonstrators in the southeastern governorate of Tataouine.
تظاهر مئات التونسيين، الأحد، جنوب شرقي البلاد، مندديين بتصريحات للرئيس الفرنسي إيمانويل ماكرون تدعم إعادة نشر الرسوم المسيئة إلى نبي الإسلام محمد صلى الله عليه وسلم.
The march raised slogans, including “but the Messenger of God” and “Fadak, Messenger of God,” amid chants from the demonstrators attacking Macron.
Tariq Al-Haddad, a spokesman for those factional demonstrations, said: “We did not go out today to demonstrate for developmental demands or job demands, but rather we went out to defend the Messenger of God after the offense that befell him, and this is what we consider a red line.
He added, “We are against violence, but harming the Messenger will not be accepted.”
He continued, “The march is a message to Macron, who allowed himself to mock the Lord of the Nation, Muhammad.”
Moncef Khabir, one of the participants in the march to Anatolia, called for a boycott of all French products in response to the offense of the Prophet.
On Wednesday, Macron said, in a press statement, that his country will not abandon the “caricatures” (insulting to the Prophet Muhammad and Islam).
France has recently witnessed a controversy over the statements of a large section of politicians targeting Islam and Muslims following an incident that killed a teacher and beheaded him on October 16, due to his insult to the Prophet Muhammad
واقرأ ايضا مظاهرات مسائية في ادلب السورية تنديدآ بالممارسات الفرنسية المسيئة بحق الاسلام ورسول الاسلام محمد عليه الصلاة والسلام
I also read evening demonstrations in Idlib, Syria, denouncing the insulting French practices against Islam and the Messenger of Islam Muhammad, peace be upon him.
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