Boycott French products. CAIRO - 18 November 2020: At a time when national economies worldwide are anticipating a global recession because of the COVID-19 pandemic, France is facing additional pressure amid calls to boycott its products in Arab and Muslim countries. A shopper walks past French products hiding behind a plastic cover at a shelf in a supermarket in the Jordanian capital, Amman, during a boycott of French products on Oct. 26, 2020. French products are being removed from the shelves at a market as a reaction against the French republication of offensive caricatures of Prophet Muhammad, Kuwait City, Kuwait, October 24, 2020. The boycott list includes many brands from various sectors such as Renault, Danone, and Lacoste. Don’t buy them.” The pass of arms continues between France and Turkey. Calls for a boycott of French products multiplied on Saturday in several countries in the Middle East. “Above all, don’t pay attention to French brands. In Jordan, videos on social networks showed supermarket shelves emptied of their French products, or replaced by those from other countries. Some French products are boycotted by Muslim countries after Emmanuel Macron's statements on Islam in October 2020 - JOEL SAGET / AFP. People are doing campaigns against the disrespect of the Holy Prophet Muhammad P.B.U.H. Boycott French products published November 21, 2020 by Pierre Ballouhey politicalcartoons.com After the comment on Emmanuel Macron, many Muslim countries start a boycott of French products. In Kuwait, 50 cooperative societies announced that they had removed all French products from their branches in the Gulf state, according to Al-Qabas news website. A list of French brands such as Peugeot and Renault car companies, and well-known Albanian names such as Kerry and Danone, was circulated and called for a boycott. As of Saturday evening, French products were withdrawn from supermarket shelves in Doha, Qatar. “‘Boycott French products’ launched over Macron’s Islam comments,” Al Jazeera, October 25, 2020 (thanks to David): Several Arab trade associations have announced the boycott of French products, protesting the recent comments made by President Emmanuel Macron on Islam. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has officially called for a boycott of French products to show his opposition to the freedom of caricature defended by his French counterpart. Calls for boycott have also multiplied.

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