Celebrities condemn France over blasphemous caricatures
Pakistan condemned on Monday the republication of blasphemous caricatures in France and the Islamophobic remarks of French President Emmanuel Macron, with lodging strong protest with the French ambassador, followed by the passage of resolutions in both houses of the parliament.
Pakistani stars have also expressed their anger over France regarding the issue of blasphemous caricatures.
Taking to Twitter, Ahsan Khan wrote: “I completely and wholeheartedly protest against this blatant disrespect of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). This needs to stop.”
If France is indeed a republic then there should be liberty there not insults upon anothers religion. I completely and whole heartedly protest against this blatent disrespect of our beloved prophet Muhammad (PBUH) this needs to stop.— Ahsan Khan (@Ahsankhanuk) October 27, 2020
Meanwhile, versatile actor Hamza Ali Abbasi posted, “It is your right to disagree and criticise but it is not your right to mock with the intent to deliberately insult and provoke, it’s immoral, unethical and uncivilised and the only way we Muslims can make the world understand that is solely by peace and dialogue not murder, war and hostility.”
It is ur right to disagree & criticise but IT IS NOT UR RIGHT TO MOCK WITH THE INTENT TO DELIBERATELY INSULT & PROVOKE, its immoral, unethical and uncivilised and the only way we Muslims can make the world understand that is solely by peace & dialogue not murder, war & hostility.— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) October 27, 2020
On the other hand, actor Feroze Khan demanded French President Macron to apologize from the Muslims over hurting their sentiments.