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Iran Summons French Envoy over Prophet Cartoons

Naharnet 27.10. 12:11

Iran Summons French Envoy over Prophet Cartoons

Iran has summoned a senior French envoy, the charge d'affaires, to protest Paris' defence of the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad, the foreign ministry in Tehran said. Florent Aydalot was summoned Monday "in protest against the French authorities' insistence on supporting the »»»

Middle East Eye 26.10. 22:41

Iran's Zarif accuses France's Macron of fuelling 'extremism'

Foreign minister said insulting Muslims over 'abhorrent crimes of extremists is an opportunistic abuse of freedom of speech' Iran's foreign minister has accused France of fanning the flames of "extremism" after French President Emmanuel Macron defended the publication of cartoons depicting the Prop»»»

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