Saudi Arabia has condemned the French incitement against Islam and the insult of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H).
According to the details, KSA denounced the cartoons that offend the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and the linking of terrorism with Islam.
“Freedom of expression and culture should be a beacon of respect, tolerance and peace that rejects practices and acts which generate hatred, violence and extremism and are contrary to coexistence,” said the statement carried by state media.
“Freedom of expression and culture should be a beacon of respect, tolerance, and peace that rejects practices and acts which generate hatred, violence, and extremism and are contrary to coexistence.”
The images of the Prophet were first published years ago by a French satirical magazine, whose editorial offices were attacked by gunmen in 2015, killing 12 people. Since the beheading of the teacher this month, the cartoons have been displayed in France in solidarity, angering some Muslims.
Some supermarkets in Kuwait have removed French goods owing to a cooperative union order.