French President Emmanuel Macron

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French President Defends "Blasphemy", Decries "Islamic separatism"

Condemning ‘Islamic separatism’, French President Macron has defended "right to commit blasphemy". Macron said, "To be a French is to defend the right to make people laugh, to criticize, to mock, to caricature." He opined it at a naturalization ceremony on September 4. The statement came amid the ongoing Charlie Hebdo shooting trials and furore over re-publication of the images. Besides, French government promised a law against Islamic separatism soon.

Sat, 05 Sep 2020 - 12:38 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

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