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The President of the French Council for Muslim Worship "does not want" Mohammed cartoons to be shown in schools

2020-10-27T09:54:04.550Z

"The duty of fraternity requires us all to renounce certain rights," said Mohammed Moussaoui.“ The duty of fraternity requires everyone to renounce certain rights ”. Mohammed Moussaoui, president of the French Council of Muslim Worship, does not " want " the cartoons of Mohammed to be shown again in schools, he pleaded Tuesday, October 27 in an interview on franceinfo. To read also: Bruno Le Maire: "Against Islamism, the cultural fight is the essential fight" “ I don't think this is the



The duty of fraternity requires everyone to renounce certain rights

”.

Mohammed Moussaoui, president of the French Council of Muslim Worship, does not "

want

" the cartoons of Mohammed to be shown again in schools, he pleaded Tuesday, October 27 in an interview on franceinfo.

To read also: Bruno Le Maire: "Against Islamism, the cultural fight is the essential fight"

I don't think this is the right solution for teaching children about free speech,

” he said.

I don't want to.

There are other ways of explaining mutual respect, respect for each other's freedoms.

At that age, you have to respect the feelings of these children.

"Before asserting:"

The duty of fraternity requires us all to renounce certain rights so that fraternity reigns in our country.

"

Emmanuel Macron "does not encourage the publication of cartoons"

The Franco-Moroccan academic also returned to his interview with Emmanuel Macron, Monday at the Elysee Palace in a context of boycott of French products from several Muslim countries.

The President of the Republic would have “

explained

” himself on his remarks concerning the

Charlie Hebdo

cartoons

 : “(Emmanuel Macron)

did not say that it was necessary to continue publishing these cartoons.

He said: 'We will not give up cartoons'.

It is not quite the same.

Personally, he is not for carrying the cartoons and posting them anywhere.

He does not encourage the publication of these cartoons.

"

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And to assert: “

The law allows cartoonists to caricaturists but this same right also allows Muslims not to like these caricatures, even to hate them.

But nothing can justify being able to assassinate or harm a man who caricatures.

He also called for “

hearing the sentiment of Muslims

”.

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Asked about the announced dissolution of the Collective against Islamophobia in France, the president of the CFCM declared "

to trust the institutions guaranteeing the rule of law

", conceding "

not to have all the elements to pass judgment on this association

".

"

Like all associations, (she) has the right to appeal,

" he said, however, while admitting not to "

share all his methods

".

"Muslims in France are not persecuted"

Mohammed Moussaoui also qualified the statements of Gerald Darmanin on the halal or kosher rays of “

clumsy (s)

”.

It's awkward to use this expression in a climate where we talk about terrorism.

It is a religious freedom that must be respected.

I respect the minister's point of view, but I want to say that in the language we use we must be very careful.

Some, from its expression, can make the link between a religious practice and other extremist manifestations that have no place.

"

Read also: The difficult adaptation of Muslim schools to state rules

And to reject the accusations of Islamophobia against France: “

There are anti-Muslim acts, a deleterious climate, but to say that France is Islamophobic is an excess that we do not accept.

Muslims in France are not persecuted, they freely live out their citizenship.

"

In parallel with the publication of this interview, the French Council for Muslim Worship has split a few tweets, in which it affirms that “

Muslims must take the example of the prophet and ignore provocations wherever they come from.

The freedom to caricature like other freedoms is not absolute.

It must be framed and proportionate to the imperatives of public order and the duty of fraternity.

"

Source: lefigaro

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