PARIS, 21 November. / TASS /. The French Foreign Ministry on Saturday expressed outrage at the statement by Pakistani Human Rights Minister Shirin Mazari, who accused French President Emmanuel Macron of imitating the Nazis in relation to Muslims. The corresponding position was brought to the attention of the Charge d'Affaires of Pakistan in France, Muhammad Amjad Aziz Qazi.
"A member of the Pakistani government today posted on social media a deeply shocking and insulting statement about the president of the republic and our country. These disgusting words are blatant lies, saturated with an ideology of hatred and violence. Such slander is not worthy of this level of responsibility. words, "reads the communique.
"In the harshest form, we brought our condemnation to the Charge d'Affaires of Pakistan in Paris. Pakistan must abandon these words and take the path of a thorough dialogue on this issue," concluded the French Foreign Ministry.
Fight against political Islam
Earlier Mazari shared in her Twitter news portal themuslimvibe.com. The note states that Muslim children in France will be required to be assigned ID numbers to check if they are attending school or homeschooling, and that authorities will allegedly impose heavy fines and likely imprison up to six months in prison for violations associated with this system. It is alleged that the French leader set such conditions to the leaders of the country's Islamic organizations for their subsequent consolidation in the "charter of republican values."
"Macron is doing to Muslims what the Nazis did to Jews – Muslim children will be assigned numbers (other children are not), just like Jews were forced to wear yellow stars on their clothes for identification," she wrote in an accompanying commentary.
The French President, together with the head of the country's Interior Ministry, Gerald Darmanen, received representatives of eight large Muslim organizations at the Elysee Palace on Wednesday. As the newspaper Les Echos writes, he discussed with them the adoption of the said charter, setting two tough conditions: it must stipulate that Islam is a religion, not a political ideology, and it must also exclude the possibility of foreign influence on Muslims in France. He also insists on the creation of a National Council of Imams, which will have to confirm the powers of each clergyman of this confession in the country. However, neither Les Echos, nor other French media outlets confirm the information circulated on several Internet resources about the forced "numbering" of Muslim schoolchildren.