Fazl demands French products, trade boycott


Pakistan Democratic Movement Chief (PDM) Maulana Fazlur Rehman Thursday demanded the government of boycotting trade with France besides its products on national level in wake of profane caricatures and its president outburst against Islamophobia. Addressing a news conference here, he stated that almost all Arab and Muslim countries had already shunned French products by registering their protest.
The Jamaiat Ulema Islam (F) Chief informed that entire Ummah was feeling unrest at French government role, adding that time had proven that The Muslims were peaceful people while the West was extremist. “When a country injures others feelings in the name of liberty, it is just like declaring a war against it,” he noted. About PMD public meeting in Multan, he claimed that it would pull a mammoth gathering, adding that he had visited the city in connection with consultation on it.

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