French President Emmanuel Macron says he understands the shock over the cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo as angry protests continue to rage across the Muslim world. French President Emmanuel Macron said he “understands” the “shock” of the drawings following the Paris satirical magazine attacks in the wake of a controversial anti-terror law, even as anger over his proposal continues to rage in Muslim countries around the world and protests are taking place in India, Pakistan, and Iraq.
French President Emmanuel Macron has said he “understands” that Muslims are “shocked” by the broadcast of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. But he added that the “radical Islam” he was trying to fight was a threat to all people, especially Muslims. French President Emmanuel Macron says he understands the shock of Muslims shocked by the display of drawings of the Prophet Mohammed, adding that those who try to fight it are at risk from individuals, especially Muslims, according to a statement from his office.
But he added that the “radical Islam” he wants to fight is a threat to all people, especially Muslims. French President Emmanuel Macron said he “understands” that Muslims are “shocked” by the display of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed and he understands that they are “surprised” by the depiction of his cartoons. But he added that those who try to ‘fight’ him are being put at risk by individuals, ‘especially Muslims’, as he explained in a statement from his office, adding that he embeds the threat ‘of all people’, especially Muslims, and poses a danger to them. French President Emmanuel Macron says he understands the shock of Muslims shocked by the display of drawings of the Prophet Mohammed in a French satirical magazine.
Erdogan’s criticism came after he criticized a teacher who showed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed during a lesson.
Macron told Qatar’s state-run broadcaster he understood why Muslims were angry about the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, but that they did not justify violence. But he added that his comments about the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, which upset Muslims around the world, had been “very misinterpreted.” Macron railed against “distortions” by leaders about the cartoon prophet, saying that too often people are led to believe they are the creation of the “French state.” Still, Macron added that the fact that they have “so much” and “so much” angered Muslims has been misinterpreted.
Earlier this month Macron defended secularism and freedom of expression in France, saying Islam was suffering from a crisis after a French high school teacher was beheaded for showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in class. Macron sparked protests after teacher Samuel Paty showed his class cartoons of Mohammed, saying France would never give up its right to cartoon. Earlier this week, he sparked a protest in Paris after teacher SamuelPaty showed them to the class and showed them his Mohammed cartoon, saying that Europe’s second-largest economy – the worlds most populous and third-largest – would “never give up their rights to cartoons.”
Macron sparked protests after teacher Samuel Paty showed his Muhammad cartoons to his class after showing them to class, saying France would never back down from its laws that allow blasphemous cartoons. Macron sparked protests in Paris this week after a teacher, SamueliPaty, was killed for showing him his Mohammed cartoon in class. Emmanuel Macron, the French president, has sparked protests in the capital after teacher Samuelpaty showed his drawings of the Prophet Mohammed and cartoons of Mohammed in a class, saying France had “never renounced its law that allows blasphemy and caricatures.” Macron sparked protests at a rally outside his office in the French capital on Thursday, May 11, 2017, showing teacher Samuel Patty showing his Muhammad cartoon to her class, while saying they would “never” renounce French law that allows blasphemous cartoons.