Blasphemous sketches 50 Kuwaiti supermarkets boycott French products

Blasphemous sketches 50 Kuwaiti supermarkets boycott French products


KUWAIT CITY (Reuters) - Counters of French goods have been evacuated from shopping malls in Kuwait in a bid to boycott French products in several Middle Eastern countries against the publication of blasphemous sketches of the Prophet Muhammad.

Pictures from Kuwait have been shared on social networking sites showing the counters of 50 major shopping malls being emptied that were previously filled with French goods. Photo-sharers wrote that French goods were being boycotted because of the blasphemous sketches.

The social networking sites 'Boycott French Products' and 'Boycott France' are currently trending. The empty counters of French goods can be seen in the photos shared with these trends. The boycott campaign was launched against the publication of sketches of the Prophet of Islam in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo and the forced closure of a mosque.

The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) also condemned the hanging of sketches of the Prophet of Islam on some buildings in France, saying it condemned the repeated attacks on the feelings of Muslims in a well-planned manner.

It should be noted that passers-by were attacked with a knife outside the old office of the controversial magazine Charlie Hebdo, while a teacher who was showing a sketch of the Prophet of Islam in a school in France was killed, followed by crackdown operations in several areas. is being done.


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