The Lebanese “Party of God” accused the French authorities of adopting a stance that encourages the deliberate abuse of the Prophet Muhammad, calling them to “prudence, wisdom, and open respect for religions and religious values.”
Hezbollah said in a statement issued today, Sunday, that it “strongly condemns the deliberate abuse of the Great Messenger of God, Muhammad,” expressing its “absolute rejection of the French official position that persists in encouraging this dangerous abuse of the Prophet of Mercy and Messenger of Peace.”
He pointed out that he regretted “the resurgence of these abuses and the accompanying feelings of hatred for Islam and Muslims,” considering that “what was published in France affects the feelings of more than two billion Muslims, including the Islamic and Arab community that has lived in Europe and France for decades.”
He stressed that “all the false claims of freedom of opinion and expression cannot justify unacceptable opposition to the position of the Messenger of God … and insulting the divine religions and beliefs.”
Hezbollah called on the French authorities to “return to rationality, wisdom, and open respect for religions and religious values, and to contribute positively to preventing the creation of further causes of tension at the international level.”
On October 16, a young man named Abdullah Anzorov, 18, killed history teacher Samuel Patty, 47, in front of a preparatory school in the Conflans-Saint-Honorine suburb north of Paris, where he beheaded with a knife and tried to threaten the police who arrived at the scene and killed The attacker was shot.
Multiple sources said that the attack came after the teacher showed his students cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, while eyewitnesses reported that the attacker was chanting “God is Great” after killing Patty.
Against the background of these developments, French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a speech in which he described Bate as the “face of the republic”, pledging that France would not abandon the caricatures, while he described Islamists in France as separatists, directed to take new measures to prevent the spread of extremism among Muslims in the country.
Source: “Al-Manar” + agencies
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