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Pakistan’s international dishonor, Imran government minister had to be removed after France’s protest

Islamabad: Pakistan has once again made international insult due to its antics. Pakistan’s human rights minister Shireen Mazari compared French President Macron to the Nazis. After this, fierce opposition of Shirin started at the international level. The French government condemned Shiriz Mazari’s tweet and Pakistan’s attitude. After this Shirin Mazari had to delete her tweet.

What Shireen Mazari wrote in the tweet
Sharing the link to a story, Pakistan minister Shirin Mazari wrote in the tweet, “Macrons are treating Muslims the same way the Nazis did to Jews during the Second World War.”

But Pakistan had to bow to the stern stance of the French government. Mazari said in his new tweet, ‘The article on the basis of which I made the allegations, has been improved. I have deleted my tweet.

What did france say
France expressed strong opposition to the tweet. A French Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said, ‘These words are full of hate, hate-mongers and sheer liars. These words are associated with the ideology of violence. We oppose it. Under no circumstances are such things accepted. According to reports, the French Foreign Ministry had asked the Government of Pakistan to present evidence or apologize for the claims made by their minister.

At the same time, French President Emmanuel Macron has asked Muslim leaders across the country to accept the ‘Charter of Democratic Values’ as part of a nationwide campaign against radical Islam. Macron has given a 15-day ultimatum to the French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) to accept the charter, stating that Islam is a religion and not a political movement, also aimed at preventing ‘foreign interference’ in Muslim groups is. This step has been taken after three Islamic terrorist attacks across the country in less than a month.

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