Iranians demonstrate against President Macron’s anti-Islam remarks
The people of the Islamic Republic of Iran demonstrated in front of the French embassy in Tehran in order to show their unwavering support for the Holy Prophet of Islam Muhammed (PBUH) and show their outrage against the recent anti-Islam remarks made by French President Emmanuel Macron by chanting slogans.
Hundreds of Iranian Muslims gathered in front of the French embassy in Tehran this Wednesday to clearly show their outrage and anger at insults directed at the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Hundreds of men and women gathered in Neauphle-le-Château street in Tehran while carrying flags emblazoned with:” I love Muhammed (PBUH).”
Demonstrators also chanted slogans such as “Down with the USA” and “Down with Israel.” They also asked for the expulsion of the French ambassador from Tehran.
In a rather symbolic action, they also altered the name of the street from Neauphle-le-Château to “Mohammad Rasoul-Allah.” Calls to boycott French goods are increasing all around the world following President Emmanuel Macron's remarks against Islam and Muslims.
Macron on Wednesday blatantly accused Muslims of separatism and promised not to give up cartoons mocking Prophet Mohammad.