Rising Islamophobia, PM Khan shares French author’s views on Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

In response to France’s Islamophobia, Prime Minister Imran Khan has shared a French author’s views on the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.).

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According to a Baaghi TV report, Prime Minister Imran Khan shared the views of a French writer and poet about the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.). PM Khan shared the views of a French writer and poet about the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.), on the social networking site, Twitter. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the French writer had declared the personality of Prophet Muhammad as unique in the world.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan further said that the statement of Alphonse de Lamartine about our beloved Prophet (S.A.W.) is one of my favorite sayings. The statement said that achieving a great goal with limited resources and surprising results are the hallmarks of a great personality like Muhammad (S.A.W.). French author Alphonse de Lamartine paid tribute to Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.), saying that with a great figure like Muhammad (S.A.W.), who could dare to compare?

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As reported earlier by Baaghi TV, following the publication of blasphemous sketches in France and the anti-Islamic statement by the French President, the global Muslim community continues to react and condemn the irresponsible actions. Turkey and Pakistan have also responded strongly. A resolution of condemnation has also been passed in the National Assembly and Senate of Pakistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan has written letters to the heads of state in this regard.

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Following the blasphemous sketches and the French president’s statement, the French ambassador was also summoned by Pakistan to the Foreign Office, and protests were recorded. Pakistan took a blunt stand in front of the French ambassador. The French Secretary of State handed over a letter of protest to the French Ambassador. Pakistan has strongly protested to France over the issue of blasphemous sketches and the French president. Protests were also recorded over the French president’s blasphemous statement after the sketches.

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