Alramsa - (Paris)
Social media users traded a fabricated post to translate what the president had saidThe French Emmanuel Macron, which caused an uproar on the communication sites, as he came in the midst of tense feelings between the French authorities and many peoples and Islamic countries, against the background of Paris' position on the satirical cartoons that targeted the Prophet of Islam (Muhammad),
The Arabic-translated video clip of the speech of the French President during the memorial of the history teacher who was killed by a Chechen refugee, in which Emmanuel Macron talks about the Muslim caliph, Omar bin Al-Khattab, and the mother of the believers Mrs. Aisha, according to the voice translation.
It was mentioned in the forged translation of Macron's words in the video, which appears to have been removed from Facebook : “If you loved Muhammad, you would disavow this woman and Umar who offended your Messenger, referring to Omar and the Prophet’s wife, Mrs. Aisha.”.
But the truth is that this speech was not issued by the French president, and the watermark on the clip leads to an account called “Zulfiqar Al-Maghribi” on “YouTube” which he published first, and wrote in his introduction that “Macron’s speech has nothing to do with the accompanying translation, and that everything The video response is a montage of the account holder.
On September 1, French President Emmanuel Macron said that he would not comment on the journalists' decision to publish, referring to the newspaper "Charlie Hebdo" reprinting the cartoons insulting to the Prophet (Muhammad).
The French President added, in response to a question about the newspaper’s decision: “We have freedom of expression and freedom of belief. We have freedoms in France, but we also have to show respect and courtesy“.
And things have become very tense in France, recently, after the killing of a French teacher at the hands of a Chechen refugee, because of the presentation of the first to his students, cartoons insulting to the Prophet (Muhammad). However, tension reached its peak after Macron pledged to continue publishing the satirical cartoons in France, in a position that condemned Muslim peoples and governments around the world..