• Thu. Oct 29th, 2020

    Turkey's Erdogan slams France's Macron for comments on 'Islamist separatism'

    Turkey's Erdogan slams France's Macron for comments on 'Islamist separatism'

    ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan upbraided French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday over his comments closing week pledging to fight “Islamist separatism”, announcing the remarks were “a obvious provocation” and showed the French chief’s “impertinence”.

    Macron had acknowledged “Islamist separatism” develop into once threatening to take help an eye on in some Muslim communities in France and a invoice on the mission might most definitely perchance be sent to parliament with steps limiting home-schooling and provocative instructing of Arabic.

    “The ‘Islam is in disaster’ commentary made by Macron in a metropolis where Muslims are in the majority is past disrespectful, it is a obvious provocation,” Erdogan told an tournament celebrating mosques and spiritual personnel in Ankara.

    Macron made his remarks at some stage in a search the advice of with to Les Mureaux, an impoverished northern suburb of Paris.

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