They should be led out of the country peacefully. We should explain our problems with their policies in a respectful way and cut ties formally.I wouldn't be surprised if an Iranian type take over of the French embassy occurs.
But you know what happens when Mullahs get hopping mad.They should be led out of the country peacefully. We should explain our problems with their policies in a respectful way and cut ties formally.
There is no reason for any theatrics, just do what is needed and move on to more important issues.
Khadim Rizvi and Mollah Fazlu will just use it as an excuse to attack the Pakistani government (for the sake of India.)But you know what happens when Mullahs get hopping mad.
good idea . that is the peaceful way .eye for an eye? why can't we draw cartoons on holocaust and 9/11 and start posting on our buildings instead?
what about pakistanis living in france ,,?I pray that Pakistan would shut down the french embassies and kick out all french diplomatic staff and impose a ban on french travelling to Pakistan.
You are assuming France or French people pay any attention to what Pakistan has to say. It is much easier for Pakistanis to get a response from India or IndiansYour contradicting yourself. So if Pakistan can't do much to India. But you think Pakistan can do anything to France which is a first world power and on other side of the globe.
I realize blasphemy in Pakistan will put you on death row. In Germany where "blasphemy" is a crime in certain countries the punishment is extremely light - 200 days of probation. No one is going to die in Europe for insulting a prophetIt's not even "Islamophobia" to draw such cartoons, they're just blasphemous under Islamic law which simply does not govern France. I don't know why so many people expect France to submit to something that it doesn't believe in, nor do I think that it is even morally proper to focus on the cartoon rather than lives that are being lost because of it.
Because it's obviously about making people conform to French ideals. The "freedom of speech" talking point is a sham, they use it to give their position the illusion of being identical to a moral that many within the West consider to be absolute (despite the fact that it doesn't really exist anywhere).Why, then, does France ban holocaust-denial?