Pakistan now in target of European Union, demanding complete ban

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2020-11-27 09:47:17 IST

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There have been several terrorist incidents over the contentious depiction of Prophet Muhammad in the last month in the background of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, and several countries of the world, especially Europe, have reproached the radical thought about it.

Because of its funding for militants, Pakistan, which has been debunked and revealed all over the world, has now generated new issues. Along with America and Europe on this issue, many of the world's Muslim countries are still stuck and now in view of Pakistan's behaviour, there is a call in the European Union to ban it altogether.

In fact, there have been several terrorist incidents over the contentious depiction of Prophet Muhammad in the last month in the background of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, and several countries of the world, especially Europe, have reproached the radical thought about it.

But on the other hand, protests against France and America have begun in many other Muslim countries including Pakistan. The call for a boycott of French products started to emerge on social media in many Muslim countries, and voices were lifted against France from Pakistan in this too. After that, Pakistan has now also fallen under the European Union target.

There is now requests sanctions on Pakistan by member of European Parliament. The demands for sanctions came as the divide between France and Muslim countries has increased.

France has seen a number of terrorist attacks in the last month since Charlie Hebdo declared the republication of Prophet Muhammad's infamous depiction, and French President Emmanuel Macron declined to condemn it in early October. 

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