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France demands the withdrawal of Minister Pak’s unpleasant remarks about Macron




France has asked Pakistani Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari to withdraw his objections to President Emmanuel Macron for treating “Muslims as Nazis”.

On Saturday, Mazari posted on Twitter, “Macron is doing to Muslims what the Nazis did to the Jews – Muslim children will get the ID number (other children will not get it) just as Jews were forced to wear the yellow star on their identification clothes. ”

Following this tweet, the spokesman of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs issued a statement asking the Charge d’Affaires of Pakistan in Paris to correct Mazari’s tweet.

“Today, a member of the Pakistani Cabinet has expressed views through social media, in terms that are deeply shocking and offensive to the President of the Republic and to our country. These disgusting words are clear lies, laden with an ideology of hatred and violence. “Such defamatory comments are shameful at such a level of responsibility. We strongly reject them,” the statement said.

He further said, “We have immediately informed the Charge d’Affaires of Pakistan in Paris of our sentence, in the strongest terms. Pakistan must correct this statement and return to the path of dialogue based on respect.”

Concerned about terrorism emanating from countries like Turkey and Pakistan, French Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Jordan Bardella had called on November 18 for “genuine financial or trade sanctions” against Ankara, Islamabad, the city of Kuwait and Doha in order to make “European solidarity tangible”.

Calls for sanctions by Bardella come as the rift between France and Muslim countries has widened. France in the past month has witnessed several terrorist attacks after Charlie Hebdo announced the republishing of a controversial cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad and French President Emmanuel Macron refused to criticize him in early October.

Protests erupted in Muslim countries over the incident. Social media users in many Muslim countries have joined calls to boycott French goods.

On October 16, a terrorist beheaded a high school teacher Samuel Paty who used controversial cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo in his classrooms. On the morning of October 30, another terrorist attack occurred when a man fatally hit three people and injured several others at a church in Nice.

On November 2, an Islamic terrorist went on a deadly rampage in Vienna killing four people and injuring more than 20 others in the city center before he was killed by police.

(Only the title and photo of this report may have been revised by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated by a published syndicate source.)

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