Cairo – Egypt – Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the coup leader who led Egypt as the tongs of the imperialists, arrested the Egyptian scholar Mustafa Al-Adawi, who called for a boycott of French goods.
In France, President Emmanuel Macron’s statements targeting Islam and Muslims, and the projection of insulting cartoons to the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) on the walls of the buildings were met with reactions and protests in the Islamic world.
In response to Macron, several countries including Turkey, Qatar, Kuwait, Algeria, Sudan, Palestine and Morocco have called for a boycott of French products.
President Abdulfettah es-Sisi, who was in power in Egypt with the military coup, reacted to Macron’s own insulting cartoons, but criticized the boycott decisions.
Sisi, who wanted to maintain close ties with France, ordered the cessation of calls for boycott in Egypt.
Following Al- Sisi’s call, Egyptian scholar Mustafa al-Adawi was also arrested by Egyptian authorities after calling for a boycott of French products.
The Egyptian authorities arbitrarily arrested the Egyptian scholar Mustafa Al-Adawi – 66 years old – from his home in Minya Samanoud, Dakahlia, after Al-Adawi broadcasted a video clip calling for the continuation of the boycott of French products in support of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.).