July 3, 2022

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The cry in Muslim countries after “insulting the Prophet”

Protests are growing in the Muslim world over what a ruling party spokesman in India considers to be an insult to Islam.

Comments describing the close relationship between Mohammed Nabi, the spokesman for the Hindu Nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which was suspended on Sunday, and his young wife Aisha, provoked outrage among millions of Indians and several Gulf states in Iran. Algeria and Egypt.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), based in Saudi Arabia, on Sunday convened a meeting of 60 Muslim countries to discuss the Indian official’s comments.The context of Islamophobia in India“.

In Kuwait, the supermarket affiliate of Al Ardia Co-operative Society has decided to boycott Indian products. “We removed Indian products“, Can we read in this supermarket where the rice bags and spice shelves are covered with tarpaulin.

Kuwait, Qatar and Iran called the Indian ambassador and demanded an apology. Saudi Arabia has called “Respect for beliefs and religions “Bahrain and Jordan welcomed Ms Sharma’s suspension on Sunday.

In a statement, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party has repeatedly accused India of stigmatizing its Muslim minority (about 14% of the population).Respected all religions.

Nupur Sharma made the remarks while participating in a televised debate on May 22, which came as a shock to certain Muslim countries. But before his words could be removed, they were broadcast on YouTube. He wrote on Twitter that he had responded to the discussion. “Insults“The Indian God is coming again and again against Shiva but she”Resigned without reservation“These words if possible”Hurts anyone’s religious feelings “.

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The Gulf countries import almost all their food needs and maintain good trade relations with India, which also provides them with a large amount of cheap labor.

Of the 13.5 million Indian immigrants worldwide, 8.7 million live in the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, according to Indian officials.