France has urged the Arab countries to take immediate steps to end the boycott of French products.
The backlash erupted after French President Emmanuel Macron’s offensive cartoons defence, and in a statement alleged that Islam was the source of international terrorism.
The French Foreign said in a statement released on Sunday(Oct 25), said, “These calls for boycott are baseless and should stop immediately, as well as all attacks against our country, which are being pushed by a radical minority,”
French products have been removed from several supermarkets in Kuwait, Jordan, and Qatar, where non-governmental Consumer Co-operative Societies issuing directives to boycott Fench products in response to insults directed towards the Holy Prophet Mohammed (P.B.U.H)
Hashtags on boycotting French products went viral, as social media users condemned the anti-Islam campaign by France.
A hashtag calling for the boycott of French supermarket chain Carrefour was the second-most trending topic in Saudi Arabia.
Here is how Muslims on social media going after #boycottfrenchproducts:
بإمكانياتي المتواضعه وأداءً لواجبي الشخصي ولو صغر— الرحال محمد الميموني (@travelers_gulf) October 22, 2020
ونصرة لنبي الرحمه ﷺ
أعلن عن عدم الترويج في حساباتي السياحية وهي الأضخم عربياً في مجال السياحة
عن دعم السياحة الفرنسية والترويج لها
إلى أن يتوقف هذا الهجوم الفرنسي البغيض ضد رسولنا محمد ﷺ
Boycott these popular French brands in Pakistan— Ahsan Khan (@ahsan_jehangir) October 26, 2020
1. LU (Biscuits)
2. Garnier (Cosmetics)
3. Loreal (Cosmetics)
4. Carrefour (Super Markets)
5. Bic (Plastic prods: razors, lighters, pens)
6. Michelin (Tyres)
7. Moulinex (Electronics)
8. Total (Petrol Pumps)#boycottfrenchproducts pic.twitter.com/jZ9Ufd65ka
I'm no longer going to buy any French products, as long as they have free speech by insulting my prophet, I am free as well to not buy their products. FAIR ENOUGH!!!! #boycottfrenchproducts #MacronTheDevil pic.twitter.com/qtaEWD2OkN— MD Salman | مـُـحـَـمـّـد سَـلـمَـان (@MD_salman_khan_) October 26, 2020
#France condones any attack on the islamic belief … they claim to be a secular country, possibly for eveyone, except muslims….— Nezar Eldidy (@Eldidy) October 18, 2020
French products can be easily identified 👇🏼👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/u7ysCKN6P1