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  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    Muslims kuch nahin okhaar saktay France ka!
    Thank you Uncle Ruckus for your valuable input!

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    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to raise the issue of blasphemous caricatures in France at international forums, which has angered the Muslims across the world, it emerged on Tuesday during the Federal Cabinet meeting.

    According to sources, the prime minister informed the cabinet that he would write letters to Muslim world leaders and seek their support on the matter.

    “In the letter, the prime minister would ask them to show unity and solidarity on the issue of blasphemous caricatures,” the sources said.

    PM Imran Khan said that no one would be allowed to disrespect Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in the name of freedom of expression.

    Read more: PM slams French President Macron, says he 'deliberately provoked' Muslims

    The cabinet, while taking strong exception to the publication of blasphemous caricatures in France and hurting the sentiments of billions, Tuesday said it was intolerable and unacceptable for any Muslim.

    It also condemned in the strongest terms the remarks of French President Emmanuel Macron that hurt the religious sentiments of Muslims.

    During the meeting, it was reiterated that every available forum would be used for the effective representation of the sentiments of Muslims regarding the blasphemous caricatures.

    Read more: Protests against blasphemy: Which countries have boycotted French goods so far?

    In this regard, the reservations of Pakistani nation as well as Muslim Ummah would be conveyed to the world through the platform of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the cabinet said.

    Strong protest lodged over anti-Islam campaign

    Pakistan had on Monday summoned French envoy Marc Baréty to lodge "strong protest" against the publication of blasphemous caricatures and Macron’s "anti-Islam" comments.

    According to a spokesperson for the Foreign Office, a demarche was also handed to the French envoy by Special Secretary (Europe) Dr Aman Rashid. The FO had told Baréty that Pakistan strongly protested the publication of blasphemous sketches in France.

    A "strong protest" was also recorded over Macron's "blasphemous statement" after the caricatures were published, the FO had said, adding that it condemned the French president's statement accusing Muslims of separatism and vowing not to give up on blasphemous caricatures.


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    Mr. Hypocrite continues with his absurd statements that continue reaffirming the point that he's the Donald Trump of asia.




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    Quote Originally Posted by uberkoen View Post
    Mr. Hypocrite continues with his absurd statements that continue reaffirming the point that he's the Donald Trump of asia.
    In what way is he a hypocrite, and in what way does he compare to Donald Trump?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    In what way is he a hypocrite, and in what way does he compare to Donald Trump?
    I'm sure if France filled his pockets like China has he would stay quiet about all this like he has about the genocide




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    Quote Originally Posted by uberkoen View Post
    I'm sure if France filled his pockets like China has he would stay quiet about all this like he has about the genocide
    So you agree that IK is doing the right thing regarding France. Your objection is with him not speaking up against China. That is half a victory for IK that an important poster and critic thinks he is right somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    So you agree that IK is doing the right thing regarding France. Your objection is with him not speaking up against China. That is half a victory for IK that an important poster and critic thinks he is right somewhere.
    When did I say that he's doing the right thing?




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    Imran Khan's letter to Muslim leadership of the world:

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    Quote Originally Posted by uberkoen View Post
    When did I say that he's doing the right thing?
    Sorry for assuming. IK is speaking against France. IK is not speaking against China. Which one of these you think he is doing right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    Muslims kuch nahin okhaar saktay France ka!
    Maybe that is why France is begging Middle Eastern countries to reconsider a boycott of French products

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    Sorry for assuming. IK is speaking against France. IK is not speaking against China. Which one of these you think he is doing right?
    Neither. Either speak up against both or stay quiet against both. If you want my personal opinion, I'd rather he stayed quiet on both issues.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Maybe that is why France is begging Middle Eastern countries to reconsider a boycott of French products
    ..and where did you read this my friend?




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    Quote Originally Posted by uberkoen View Post
    Neither. Either speak up against both or stay quiet against both. If you want my personal opinion, I'd rather he stayed quiet on both issues.
    Thanks for revealing where you are coming from. Your problem is not that he is not speaking against china, but that he is speaking against france. Nothing more to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    Thanks for revealing where you are coming from. Your problem is not that he is not speaking against china, but that he is speaking against france. Nothing more to know.
    Well said

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    Thanks for revealing where you are coming from. Your problem is not that he is not speaking against china, but that he is speaking against france. Nothing more to know.
    So you're saying you're okay with hypocrisy?




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    Quote Originally Posted by uberkoen View Post
    ..and where did you read this my friend?
    Please clarify who is begging. Could be true. I just want the source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadeemp View Post
    Please clarify who is begging. Could be true. I just want the source.
    If you really wanted to know you could have Googled yourself.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile..../idUKKBN27A0RJ

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    You reap what you sow. They should take the boycott like a man.

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    Tehran, Iran – Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has denounced France’s treatment of Islam, adding that Western support for cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad is unethical and insulting to Muslims.

    In a televised cabinet meeting on Wednesday, the president said freedom must be accompanied by a respect for values and consideration of ethics.

    “Westerners must understand the great Prophet of Islam is loved by all Muslims and freedom-lovers of the world,” Rouhani said.

    “Insulting the Prophet is insulting all Muslims. Insulting the Prophet is insulting all prophets, human values, and amounts to undermining ethics.”

    The Prophet is deeply revered by Muslims and any kind of visual depiction of him is forbidden in Islam. The French caricatures in question are seen by Muslims as offensive and Islamophobic because they are perceived to link Islam with terrorism.

    The images are regularly published by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. They were cited as the reason behind a deadly attack launched on the magazine’s offices in early 2015 by two al-Qaeda-linked fighters.

    On October 16 this year, French teacher Samuel Paty was murdered in broad daylight near his school in a suburb of Paris after he showed the caricatures to his students as part of a discussion on freedom of expression.

    Muslim leaders offered their condolences and support to France after the killing. However, since then, there have been rising concerns that Muslim communities in France would suffer collective punishment as the authorities roll out their response to the killing of Paty.

    French and European leaders have come out in support for the right to display the caricatures, citing freedom of expression.

    “We will not give in, ever,” Macron wrote in a series of tweets on Sunday evening in French, Arabic and English. “We respect all differences in a spirit of peace. We do not accept hate speech and defend reasonable debate. We will always be on the idea of human dignity and universal values.”

    This support, as well as comments by French President Emmanuel Macron, who on October 2 said Islam was in “crisis”, have prompted a backlash by Muslims around the world.

    Muslim leaders and organisations have condemned Europe’s stance, and several Muslim countries are supporting a campaign to boycott French goods.


    Iran’s religious leaders have not called for a boycott of French goods. But Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, chairman of the influential Expediency Council, on Tuesday welcomed other Muslim countries’ support for a ban on French products.

    “It was a very good move and we hope that others follow on this path,” he said.

    On Tuesday, the Iranian foreign ministry summoned the French chargé d’affaires to protest against Macron’s comments and his support for the right to keep showing the caricatures.

    Public and student protests are expected to take place on Wednesday in front of the French embassy in Tehran’s Neauphle-le-Chateau street, featuring public prayers and speeches by clerics.

    Political analyst and Tehran University professor Mohammad Marandi said the world’s Muslims were “shocked” by Macron’s position.

    “Europeans have set a number of red lines for themselves in terms of freedom of speech, including the Holocaust,” Marandi told Al Jazeera.


    “But not only do they insult what other people hold sacred, in this case, those of almost two billion Muslims, they support and propagate it as well.”

    Iranian authorities, media condemn France
    Over the past few days, figures and groups across the Iranian political spectrum have united to condemn the French and European stance.

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday Muslims were “the primary victims of the ‘cult of hatred’ – empowered by colonial regimes and exported by their own clients,” and that insulting all Muslims for the crimes of “such extremists… only fuels extremism”.

    Other officials, including the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, the speaker of parliament, and adviser to the supreme leader slammed Macron, who they said is pursuing a “foolish enmity” with the Prophet Muhammad in part due to “his lack of experience in politics”.

    On Monday, 240 members of the conservative-majority Iranian parliament issued a joint statement against what they called the “anti-human” French stance, adding that the “audacity and arrogance” of the French president had nothing to do with freedom of speech and was part of a larger plan against Islam and Muslims.

    The Iranian army said in a statement on Tuesday that: “Those who claim to champion human rights are generalising the actions of one … to the whole of Islam”.

    A number of Iranian media outlets and newspapers have also dedicated their front pages to the controversy.

    Conservative daily newspaper Vatan-e-Emrooz ran a large depiction of a red-faced Macron as the devil: “Iblis of Paris” was the headline.

    The Keyhan daily published an editorial calling for the expulsion of the French ambassador as the “least of responses to Macron’s obscenity”.

    It has called for the French ambassador’s expulsion multiple times in recent years in response to controversies in Europe concerning Iran and Muslims.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/...western-stance


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    Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi discuss rising trend of Islamophobia in phone call
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dai...phone-call/amp


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    Imran khan has picked some characters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboii View Post
    Guys US is a free country right with Freedom of Speech and everything

    So here Geller (anti-Muslim) drew prophet Muhammad PBUH cartoons and she was criticized by the US RIGHT WING for her actions (Macron not only supported the actions of cartoonists but also displayed the cartoon on government buildings look at the diffrence in the handling of the crisis)

    here is President Trumps quote on Galler the cartoonist "On the day after the shooting, Donald Trump, appearing on Fox & Friends, questioned Geller's motives. He said, "It looks like she's just taunting everybody. What is she doing? Drawing Mohammed and it looks like she's actually taunting people. (...) You know, I'm one that believes in free speech, probably more than she does. But what's the purpose of this?"

    Bill O Rielly "In response to Trump's remarks, Bill O'Reilly said in his program The O'Reilly Factor, "Mr. Trump is correct. By setting up a contest and awarding $10,000 for a depiction of the Prophet Mohammed, the American Freedom Defense Initiative spurred a violent attack. (...) Insulting a religion with more than a billion followers does not advance the cause of defeating the fanatical jihadists. It hurts the cause."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtis...oldberg2015-18

    So the criticism is not the freedom of Speech but the way the government is handling this situation by clearly taking a side
    IK is right because other western countries didn't took a side when they faced this situation but Macron is encouraging this behavior in the name freedom of expression which is wrong

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    Surprised that Pakistan hasn’t returned this money immediately- why take millions from a heathen nation that has hurt your feelings?

    Pakistan secures $800m in debt relief
    Awaits responses of six more nations on $1b worth of transactions
    The economic affairs ministry’s estimates had shown that Pakistan can get $613 million worth of temporary relief from Saudi Arabia, $309 million from China, $23 million from Canada, $183 million from France, $99 million from Germany, $6 million from Italy, $373 million from Japan, $47 million from South Korea, $14 million from Russia, $1 million from UK and $128 million from the US.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/2273063...in-debt-relief

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabbar Singh View Post
    Surprised that Pakistan hasn’t returned this money immediately- why take millions from a heathen nation that has hurt your feelings?






    https://tribune.com.pk/story/2273063...in-debt-relief
    Again, please do not take Pakistanis and their government seriously. They have ZERO credibility. No wonder we face humiliation wherever we go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabbar Singh View Post
    Surprised that Pakistan hasn’t returned this money immediately- why take millions from a heathen nation that has hurt your feelings?






    https://tribune.com.pk/story/2273063...in-debt-relief
    They are expecting another 104mn debt relief package from France.

    How can one bad mouth a country and then beg for relief? What kind of pathetic attitude is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    Again, please do not take Pakistanis and their government seriously. They have ZERO credibility. No wonder we face humiliation wherever we go!
    Speak for yourself.


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