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French products boycott Macron’s anti-Islamic remarks
There is a series of grief and anger in Muslim countries over the statement of French President Macron. French products have been boycotted in the Middle East. The Gulf Cooperation Council strongly condemned the French president’s statements and called them irresponsible. French goods are being boycotted in the Islamic world following the French president’s controversial remarks, French products have been removed from Kuwaiti markets. Boycott French products and boycott French hashtags are trending on social media. French products were removed from the markets. The Gulf Cooperation Council strongly condemned the French president’s remarks and called his remarks “irresponsible.”
France recalls ambassador to Turkey
France has recalled its ambassador to Turkey after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized French President Emmanuel Macron over the blasphemous sketches. Speaking at a ceremony, the Turkish president sharply criticized the publication of blasphemous sketches of the Prophet Muhammad and his anti- Muslim policies, and advised French President Macron to seek psychiatric treatment for Islamophobia. The French president’s office said in a statement that “President Erdogan’s statement is not acceptable. Anger and insults are not the way to go.” He wrote that Ardawan would have to reconsider his policy, which is dangerous in every way. Addressing members of the Justice and Development Party, the Turkish president said that if Europe did not come out of this disease of Islam and anti-Muslim hatred soon, the whole of Europe would be wiped out. President Erdogan said that what can be said about the head of a state where millions of people of different religions and faiths live. Macron needs brain treatment. One week ago, a teacher in France showed students sketches about the Prophet of Islam, after which they were killed. It should be noted that there are tensions between NATO member countries France and Turkey on many issues in Syria, Libya and Nagorno-Karabakh, including Armenia.
Eight children killed in school attack in Cameroon
Armed and knife-wielding assailants targeted a school in the Central African country of Cameroon, killing eight students and injuring several others. According to the International News Agency, plainclothes motorcyclists stormed the Mother Francisca International Bi-Language Academy in Comba, Cameroon. The assailants indiscriminately opened fire on the school and stabbed the fugitives to save their lives. A brutal attack on a school that was restored a month later this year killed eight children and injured 13. The dead and injured have been shifted to a nearby hospital where the condition of four children is said to be critical. Some children were injured when they jumped from the second floor of the school to save their lives. No militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack. English and French are spoken in Cameroon, and there are language-based separatist movements whose clashes with government forces are commonplace.
James Bond’s new Movie streaming service likely to be sold
The release of several films this year has been delayed as a result of the corona virus spreading from China to the rest of the world in December 2019. One of them is the 25th film in the James Bond series which was supposed to be released in April but due to Corona it was announced to be released in November. But in October, its release date was once again extended to April 2021. Now a report has claimed that this may be the first film in the James Bond series that will not be released in cinemas but will be acquired by a streaming service. According to a Variety report , Apple, Netflix and other streaming services are interested in buying No Time to Die rights. The film rights studio MGM has so far lost $80 million on the film’s postponement. Earlier, other studios Paramount and Sony also made millions of dollars by selling their films such as Greyhound, Coming to America and other streaming services, as the corona virus epidemic has not yet taken over the cinema business.
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