Turkish condemns Charlie Hebdo for publishing President Erdogan's cartoon

Oct 29 2020 03:53 PM
Turkish condemns Charlie Hebdo for publishing President Erdogan's cartoon

Paris: The satirical magazine of France, Charlie Hebdo, is in the headlines these days. The biggest controversy was about this magazine when it printed a cartoon of Prophet Mohammad. After this, protests against this magazine are happening once again. This time the magazine has printed a cartoon of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. After which tension has increased in France and Turkey.

The statement of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has come out on this whole matter. He has said that this is a very disgusting attack on him. He is shown drinking in alcohol and in underpants in the cartoon printed in the French magazine Charley Hebdo. In this cartoon, President Erdogan is seen lifting the skirt of a woman wearing a hijab. The magazine printed the cartoon of Turkish President on the front page and wrote in the caption that Erdogan is quite funny alone.

Reacting to this matter, Erdogan said that these people insult even my beloved Prophet, I do not want to say anything about them, but this is a disgusting attack. A few days ago, French President Emmanuel Macron defended the cartoon of Prophet Mohammad published in the magazine Charlie Hebdo, since then he has been attacked by many Muslim countries including Turkey.

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