France to close embassies, schools over Islamic cartoons

France to close embassies, schools over Islamic cartoons

Paris : France | Sep 19, 2012 at 7:22 AM PDT
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French Naked Mohammad Cartoon
They insult to Islam in many countries
It is these countries France
Is there a plan now to attack campaigns against Islam and the Prophet Muhammad
I think the possibility to answer (yes)
The magazine published weekly Charlie Hebdo French Today cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad in a move that could increase tension in the Muslim world after the publication of clips from the film is offensive to Islam and ignited demonstrations and violent protests.
So put some French embassies in security alert following the publication of a French magazine satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.
Yes hit satirical French magazine today flouting government warnings of publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and disseminated,
Which prompted the French authorities to take precautionary decision to close their embassies on Friday in 20 countries for fear of repercussions
And here is the question: Why do not the French government to close the newspaper? What if there was an attack or insults against Israel's values? Do you tolerate the French government? Answer not
On the other hand announced Director French magazine Charlie Hebdo published satirical cartoons of the prophet Wednesday that the magazine's website was "an act of piracy blocked access to him."
Painter said Stefan the famous Harponyi "Sharp" for journalists at the weekly in Paris "site blocked because exposure to piracy. Seems to be wider than the attack that he suffered in 2011"
It seems that this revenge first, followed by a big revenge against obscene newspapers and failed
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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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