Pakistan wants Imran Khan to bomb France for calling Islam radical

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Pakistan, a parody country, is starting again. This time around, the Pakistan-based robots, including its citizens, now want their country led by Imran Khan to make an atomic attack on France. No it’s not a joke, they mean it seriously. This is how it all started.

Samuel Paty beheading

Earlier this month, French President Emmanuel Macron said Islam was in crisis around the world. The French president had also suggested the closure of places of worship suspected of radicalization. Shockingly, just two weeks later, a teacher Samuel Paty was publicly beheaded by a radical Islamist. Paty’s “crime” was to show a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad to his students.

An online campaign was waged against Paty for “blasphemy”. Inspired, Abdoullakh Abouyezidovitch A, a Russian refugee in France, took it upon himself to “punish” Paty.

Enraged, the French public took to the streets in solidarity with Paty. So much so that it has now become a mass movement. This, of course, has not been very well received by the Islamic nations.

Islamic nations condemn France

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was shocked by Macron’s speech on “Islam is in crisis”. Four days after French President Macron’s speech, Erdogan condemned him and said, “What’s wrong with this person called Macron with Muslims and Islam? Macron needs mental treatment… ”

Following Erdogan’s statement, France reminded its Turkish Ambassador that outrage and insult was not a method. Soon, Kuwait also withdrew French products from the markets because of the “blasphemous” cartoon. Not wanting to be left out, the Pakistani robots have also joined in.

Inspired by bots, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan also attacked Emmanuel Macron. In fact, Khan suggested that the call for radicalization would actually lead to more radicalization and that, therefore, Macron should have used a ‘touch of healing’.

The French authority denounced Turkish propaganda against France and mobilized its diplomats in countries where calls to boycott French products are launched to ask these countries for assurances that its citizens in these countries would be safe.

Pakistani robots continue to threaten France

Meanwhile, the Pakistani robots and the individuals inspired by these robots are still here.

Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar has delivered sermons to the French president that while France has the “freedom to hate” (show caricature of the Prophet Muhammad), Pakistanis have the freedom to “reject hatred”. Amusingly, the paper tiger that is Shoaib Akhtar had to delete his video criticizing China for the spread of the Chinese coronavirus earlier this year. In a now-deleted video, Akhtar had questioned the Chinese for eating a non-halal “bat” when there were abundant “halal” animals donated by Allah available to be devoured. “Is it necessary to eat bats?” Drink their urine, their blood and then spread the virus around the world? I’m talking about the Chinese, ”he said in the video.

However, perhaps fearing a reaction from “friendly” China, Akhtar deleted this part.

However, it is not only Akhtar, but many Pakistanis who now want to attack France. And since they can’t really engage in cross-border terrorism because he doesn’t share a border with him, they want their prime minister to bomb France.

Except that Pakistani threats led to some serious fun on Twitter.

Shame on the macro

Like, this Pakistani individual is shaming a “macro”.

Shame on the macro!

Pakistani Aysha Khan, with “Doctor” in the Twitter biography and 7 followers, wants Twitter to “suspend Macro” for “spreading hatred and inciting violence”.

In fact, the Pakistanis are so triggered that they want to send ballistic missiles to France.

Pakistanis want to send ballistic missiles to France

Shaheen 3’s effective firing range is 2,750 km. The distance between Pakistan and France is almost 6,000 km.

Ali asks Imran Khan to heed Pakistani demand

Ali is so furious that he urged Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to “respond to the demand of the people”, that is, to bomb France.

Some want to “hit” the French ambassador outside their country.

In fact, the Pakistanis today have become innovative and want to send France into space.

Apparently, this is the “right time” to bomb France.

Supporters of the far-right Islamist political party Tehreek-e-Labbik on Twitter even cited the Hadith and the Koran to justify the bombing of France.

For a country that struggles to put rotis on its citizens’ plates, robots think too much of themselves.



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