The Chinese ambassador to Saudi Arabia tweets: Pray for those who...

The Chinese ambassador to Saudi Arabia tweets: Pray for those who...
The Chinese ambassador to Saudi Arabia tweets: Pray for those who...
, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Chinese Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Chen Weiqing, has posted a tweet marking the birthday of the Prophet on his official social media page.

In his tweet, the Chinese ambassador said: “Tomorrow marks the birth of the noble Prophet, and in it we remember the message of peace, tolerance and moderation that the Holy Prophet published, and its effects have remained immortal to this day .. Pray on those who sent mercy to the worlds.”

On October 28, 2020, Muslims celebrate the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday, with great fanfare and a demand to boycott French goods after drawings deemed “offensive” to the Prophet Muhammad were published in French media.

Some countries in the Middle East region, some formally and others unofficially, joined the campaign to boycott French products and goods, as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on people to “not approach French goods and refrain from buying them,” while a non-governmental supermarket chain announced In Kuwait, the boycott of French products in more than 50 of its outlets in the country.

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