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France boycott movement: 'Why I don't use French products'
I used some brand things almost every day. These include Garnier, Lakum and BIC.
But after this incident I will not buy any of these products anymore.
I am boycotting French products - because I want to say that we will not accept it anymore. I want to stand up against Islamophobia in France.
It is important to talk about this as a Muslim. Because we have been silent for a long time.
All we can do right now is get rid of the product.
Shirley Abdo has released another offensive cartoon to show our President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that he is not wearing pants, only a T-shirt. A Muslim in a hijab with a beer in one hand and a hijab in the other is holding a woman's skirt.
This cartoon will hurt those who wear hijab.
Muslim women like me are struggling every day to highlight the positive aspects of Islam. They want to create an equal position in the society. Wants them to be given importance.
But watching this cartoon, it seems that Europe will never see us as a non-Muslim woman - which is really sad for us.
Cartoons and satires provoke important debates and thoughts. But Europe is painting a grim picture of Muslims.
More and more oil is being poured into the fire every time such cartoons are drawn. Do we want something in this world where we will attack and hate each other in the name of freedom of expression?
I joined my family and friends in protesting against what was happening in France.
We are boycotting French products in the hope that the French economy will collapse. Hopefully, Macron will apologize to the two billion Muslims for making hate speech
We are now buying Turkish products instead of Laughing Cow Cheese. I had some French perfumes like Lacoste. I'm not buying these bottles anymore.
I wrote him a letter asking him to apologize to President Macron.
In the letter I asked him, if his teacher is a man to be respected, then what will happen to our prophets, they are also teachers!
What has angered us the most is his comparison of Islam with barbarism in his anti-Islamic rhetoric. It is an injustice and provocation that we can no longer tolerate.
The president of a country like France cannot speak in favor of a picture that is insulting to a people. It is not freedom of expression. Rather, it is an attack on a particular religious group. It's a very cheap thing. Through this he wants to achieve something in the political competition in France.
I can't remember when the cartoon of the Prophet of Islam was first published in Shirley Abdo. I was very young. But I remember the attack on the office of that magazine.
Everyone on social media was posting "I'm Shirley" instead of their profile picture.
At that time I avoided watching those cartoons. But later I saw them on Twitter. At that time I felt humiliated. Why can't Islam be respected like Judaism or Christianity?