Saudi Arabia’s response to the publication of insulting cartoons in France

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Saudi Arabia's response to the publication of insulting cartoons in France

Condemnation of Saudi Arabia’s insulting sketches in France, Saudi Arabia speaks of respect for freedom of every culture to promote tolerance and peace.

Saudi Arabia has condemned the publication of insulting cartoons in France. Saudi Arabia has condemned the publication of insulting cartoons in France. The Saudi Foreign Ministry in a statement condemned the publication of insulting cartoons in France. He termed the act of linking terrorism with Islam as reprehensible.

A statement issued by the Saudi Press Agency said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia had condemned the blasphemous sketches of the Prophet of Islam. Saudi Arabia condemns all forms of terrorism, no matter who is behind it. To promote peace every culture speaks of respect for freedom. Earlier, the Council of Saudi Ulema issued an important statement in this regard, saying that insulting the prophets only benefits terrorists.

According to Al-Arabiya, the Ulema Council said in a joint statement that “wise people around the world should condemn such insults.” It has nothing to do with freedom of thought and expression. To commit such an insult is only to help the extremists and extremists for free.” The Kabeer Ulema Council emphasized that Islam teaches abstinence from insulting all the prophets of Allah.

The statement came as a controversy erupted over freedom of expression in a school in France over sketching of the end times. A teacher at the school was assassinated, the whose suspected killer was described by French President Emmanuel Macron as an “Islamist.” He also defended the act of sketching.

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