China joins outrage against India’s ‘blasphemous’ comments

China has joined in the outrage against India’s ‘blasphemous’ comments about the Prophet of Islam.

According to Baaghi TV’s reports, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, in reference to India’s crude comments, stressed in a press conference, on the essentiality of eradicating discrimination, both, racial and religious, of being sensitive towards differences, and of enhancing peace and communication between countries.

He expressed his expectation of an improvement in the situation created in India by Narendra Modi’s government’s inappropriate comments.

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On 17 May, 2022 during a TV show in India, Nupur Sharma, a representative of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party spoke insensitively about the Holy Prophet (PBUH). A lawsuit was subsequently filed against him by the Indian muslims but when there was no apt response to this, protests broke out across the country.

As a result, a number of Muslims were martyred in the protests and the entire Muslim world has been conscious of this – Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Maldives, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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There has been a strong response from the OIC and the UN Secretary-General has issued a statement calling for respect for all religions.

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