Houthi attacks French president over anti-Islam remarks

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2020-10-20 | Since 11 Month

Abdul Malik al-Houthi

Sana'a (Debriefer) - The Houthi leader, Abdul Malik al-Houthi, on Monday attacks the French President over anti-Islam remark.
Islam is living a crisis, Emanuel Macron has said, so France has to counter the Islamic isolationism.
For his part, the Houthi leader dismissed Macron's remarks as offensive against Islam and as a form of aggressive rhetoric against Muslim nation, according to the Houthi-run al-Masyra TV.
"France and the West insult Islam and the great Prophet, Houthi added in a televised speech to the launch of Prophet birthday, "while they show affection to Zionist Jews and prevent and insult against them."
In France, it is banned to criticize Zionist Jews, or to doubt their allegations whatever evidences and witnesses are presented. "Yet, you would be tried," if criticize Jews.


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