TEHRAN (Iran News) “In recent days, the low-minded enmity of the leaders of France with the Prophet of Islam Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) has hurt the feelings of believers around the world,” said Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf in the open session of Parliament on Monday.
“Those who do not tolerate the slightest words to themselves have now increased their ugliness and disrespect in their enmity with Islam and all the heavenly religions showing that they know nothing of humanity, kindness, and peace among human beings,” he added.
He also strongly condemned the recent heinous acts of the French rulers.
“Ghalibaf strongly condemns insult to Prophet Muhammad”
Previously, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman strongly condemned the insult to the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) in France, calling the insult to Islamic values and the beliefs of Muslims unacceptable and rejected.
TEHRAN, Oct. 25 (MNA) – The speaker of the Iranian Parliament believes the wickedness of those who insult the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) shows their disbelief in God.
“Muslims and atheists of the world unanimously condemn the shameless enmity of the unwise and stubborn leaders of France with the Prophet of Mercy (PBUH),” Mohammad Baher Ghalibaf tweeted on Sunday.
“The malice of these disgraceful people shows their disbelief in God and their enmity with all the heavenly religions,” he added.
He made the reaction strongly condemning the obstinate insistence in France on insulting the Prophet of Islam, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
His comments came after French President Emmanuel Macron said his country “will not give up cartoons” insulting the prophets.
The desecration of Muslim religious sanctities is not rare in France.
In September, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo republished the same cartoons about the Great Prophet and Islam that prompted a deadly attack on the magazine in 2015.
“In this closed session on Wednesday, attended by the Industry Minister Razm Hosseini, economic subjects including the priorities of the ministry, setting the goods’ prices, supply and distribution of goods, and issues related to steel companies were discussed,” Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf said.
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