Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has called on the France government to offer an unconditional apology to the Muslim world.
Khamenei has called the France government an unconditional apology from the Muslim world because supporting the publication of cartoons mocking the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and making anti-Islamic remarks.
On the occasion of the holy Eid Miladunnabi (PBUH), he addressed the Iranian people and the Muslim Ummah on Tuesday.
Iran’s supreme leader has said that when a cartoonist does such an abusive thing or when a magazine publishes it the matter remains the same. And when this misdeed is sponsored by the government of that country, it takes on a much more heinous character.
Khamenei said the Muslim world had not remained silent on the issue of hope. Muslims from east to west have shown their faith. They have erupted in rage against the humiliation of their beloved prophet.
The statement said that one prophet after another was being insulted in the western countries as part of the far-reaching plan of the Zionist clique.
A statement from Iran’s supreme leader called the blasphemy “satanic, vile and shameful.”
Addressing the President of France, it said that the French government should apologize unconditionally to the entire Muslim Ummah for committing such heinous acts.
He added that the Muslim world has once again seen the manifestation of the filthy and ugly thoughts of the human devils.
Western nations are spreading the stench of their satanic ideology worldwide in the name of so-called freedom of expression.
In recent years, the Prophet (SM) has been repeatedly insulted in America and European countries. But through all this, they could not harm the dignity of the Prophet at all.
Incidentally, a teacher was killed for showing a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in a class on freedom of expression in France. There was a huge reaction across France.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron has hit out at Islam for its strong stance on upholding the country’s secular values. He also said that France would not stop showing caricatures.
The French president’s announcement has provoked a huge reaction in the Muslim world. Muslim leaders, including Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have called for a boycott of French goods.