News 24 | After reactions to his speech … the French president tweets in Arabic … what did he say?


French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted this evening against the background of reactions to his speech about freedom of expression in his country after the killing of a French teacher by a Muslim after the teacher used the cartoons offensive to the Holy Prophet in one of the lessons.

Macron tweeted in Arabic on his Twitter account, “Nothing makes us retreat, we never respect all differences in the spirit of peace. We never accept hate speech and defend rational debate. We will always stand by human dignity and universal values.”

It is reported that calls to boycott French products spread in more than one country, in response to the official French position, and the speech of President Macron during the memorial service for the late teacher, who angered the Muslims of the world.


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