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As a muslim , i would just share this sister letter:

*This is a message from *Mrs. Maryam Petronin* *to the French President Macron*

Mr. Macron

Peace be upon those who followed the guidance and, as for what follows... I received that you are in astonishment at how Sophie Petronin, a French woman of pure white race, Catholic Christianity, had converted to Islam after 75 years of Christianity and during 4 years of captivity among Muslims!

Let me simplify things for you Mr. Macron...

Yes, I was a prisoner of the Muslims ... but they never touched me badly and their treatment of me was all appreciation and respect. They used to offer me food and drink and influence me on themselves despite the scarcity of resources .. and they respected my privacy. No one ever subjected me to verbal or physical harassment, and they did not insult my religion, Jesus or the Virgin Peace be upon them both as you do with the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him
They did not impose Islam on me, but I saw in their morals people who purify themselves with water and pray the Lord the five prayers and fast the month of Ramadan

Mr Macron...

The Muslims in Mali are poor, yes, and their country is poor. There is no Eiffel Tower and they do not know our French perfumes, but they are the cleanest of us and the purest of hearts.
Yes, they do not own luxury cars and do not inhabit tall towers, but their concern is above the clouds and their faith is more firmly than the mountains.

Mr. Macron...

Have you heard the recitation of the Qur’an in your life while they recite the Qur’an in their prayer at dawn and at night?
How beautiful it is a reading even if you do not understand what they are chanting, and your body shudders and your body shudder as you listen to them chanting the words of God, for they memorize it by heart. Then you realize in your subconscious mind that this is not a human speech but rather a heavenly melody descended from the sky and you have an intense desire to know the meaning of what They chant at dawn and at night from heavenly hymns!

Mr Macron...

Have you made one prostration in your life for God and made your forehead touch the ground and whispered to your Lord about your worries and thanked Him for His blessings as they do? Have you ever felt the closeness of God to you and your closeness to Him?

Mr Macron...

Their women are black as charcoal, but their hearts are white as milk. They wear simple clothes, but in the eyes of their men they are the most beautiful, they do not mix with foreign men, they do not disturb them, and one of them does not enter a man into her home in the absence of her husband. They do not drink alcohol, do not play gambling, and do not commit adultery!

Mr Macron...

The Muslims there believe in all the prophets, even the Prophet of God Jesus whom they love more than us.
And his mother, Mary, who I named myself after her because of their great love and veneration for her and her position.

Mr Macron...

You might ask me: How do they love Christ more than we do?
I answer you: Yes, they love the Lord Christ more than we do because our country shed the blood of the innocent in the name of Christ, their countries became desolate and their wealth was plundered, so we enjoy the goods of Muslim countries and we extract the tribute from their rulers in various ways and we impose commercial and consumer projects that do not develop on them and spread sedition among them and then sell them weapons to kill each other, but we are still We consider them terrorists when they realize that we are the terrorists, not them!
But they dealt with me and other hostages with the morals of Christ that we were learning in the churches but we do not apply in reality.

Mr Macron...

In conclusion ... I did not want to declare my Islam in Mali so that I would not be said to have converted to Islam under the sword, and I decided to declare my Islam while I was free on the land of France to convey the message of Islam to millions of French and to Europe with its Christian and atheist parts as a whole!

Mr Macron...

This is the religion of Islam that you are fighting day and night, it has stirred my heart and filled my mind...

I no longer see France with its glamorous beauty
The most beautiful of the poor, modest Mali
I even decided to come back to it again
But after inviting my family and loved ones to Islam
Because I want them to taste the sweetness of what I have tasted from the worship of the one and only God, for whom there is no god but He, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, and I want them the goodness of this world and the hereafter.

I also invite you to Islam and to repeat your accounts with this great religion, which is the message of all the prophets and messengers from the time of Adam, passing through Jesus Christ, to most beloved our *Prophet Muhammad* *peace & blessings of Allah be upon him.*
And peace be upon all believes.

*{Maryam Petronin}*
Please share with others.
What an amazing soul, what sentiment. Subhan Allah.
 

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And now here comes the rampant Indian support for Macron.

I refrained from commenting on the thread but thought id comment on here because our Indian guests haven't attempt to hijack or pollute this thread.

The foamed mouth Indian support for Macron is something thats predictable as the sky that greets us every morning. When Indians jump on the bandwagon - one knows clearly this is all about anti Islam. Indians are only getting involved (as if they really have an international voice of respect) because its an opportunity to blame 2 billion Muslims for their existence. Do Indians believe they will become white or acceptable because they support Macrons statement? Do Indians believe backing the western position will make them "donut twamp best fwend"?
Goodness sake only the other day they were described as filth by him.

Muslims must stand tall and strong. United we will succeed. This is the first time in my lifetime i have noted that 2 days of sanctioning or banning a countries products has already had a significant impact.
 

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Just one thing :

if someone is wrong, should you have to be wrong ?

If Macron had a wrong relation with his teacher, (which it is in my humble opinion), does it change the wrong doing of the terrorists in good doing ?

My humble answer is NO
One crime could never justify another one.

I’m living in France since several years. I never felt racism or islamophobia. It started slowly only when Muslims started to have wrong behaviours.

I’m Muslim, I’m Pakistani, I go in mosques (arabic, turkish,...).

we were all practicing our faith with peace. There were many non Muslims reverting to Islam.


But with the wrong doings of some of Muslims, now it will change....

Don’t forget APS, don’t forget all the lives we lost in Pakistan because of terrorism... don’t forget it. We can have disagreements, it’s normal, but we can expose our disagreement with words, well articulated reasoning but not with terror.

world is becoming mad🙁
 

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Just boycott all French goods/services.
There's not a lot muslims can ban, check this out:


But even a dimes hit will have any penny counter worried so it should still be done.

Interestingly Turkey is France's largest export destination amongst muslim countries:
 

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Great share brother. We Muslims know of maby such stories of how Albanian Muslims hid Jews among them, Turks smuggled Jews to Turkey and the ME, and many North African/Arab Muslims helped Jews in Europe or gave them sanctuary in their countries.

We grew up on these kinds of stories. It seems the French have deliberately tried to silence this narrative.
And look how they repaid us.
 

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Just one thing :

if someone is wrong, should you have to be wrong ?

If Macron had a wrong relation with his teacher, (which it is in my humble opinion), does it change the wrong doing of the terrorists in good doing ?

My humble answer is NO
One crime could never justify another one.

I’m living in France since several years. I never felt racism or islamophobia. It started slowly only when Muslims started to have wrong behaviours.

I’m Muslim, I’m Pakistani, I go in mosques (arabic, turkish,...).

we were all practicing our faith with peace. There were many non Muslims reverting to Islam.


But with the wrong doings of some of Muslims, now it will change....

Don’t forget APS, don’t forget all the lives we lost in Pakistan because of terrorism... don’t forget it. We can have disagreements, it’s normal, but we can expose our disagreement with words, well articulated reasoning but not with terror.

world is becoming mad🙁
You are very confused and mixing things up. Clarify your thoughts and ask why are people saying his wife is a true pedophile and a 1st lady of France and now they teach us morals.
Not one person is condoning the horrible murders.
You are confused
 

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You are very confused and mixing things up. Clarify your thoughts and ask why are people saying his wife is a true pedophile and a 1st lady of France and now they teach us morals.
Not one person is condoning the horrible murders.
You are confused

No I’m not confused. this thread is made in the current context in France. And what you said [...and now they teach us morals...] is itself an evidence of the existing link with it. I have seen several posts on pdf forum condoning the murders and nobody condemned them. I had to report them to pdf Staff.
Now if someone, who did something wrong , is saying something right, does it make what he is saying wrong ?

Yes which morals he is teaching us ? About freedom of speech ? About murders ? About respecting laws of France ? If he want he could register an FIR to the police office against the woman who love him and whom he love... but it’s his own right to do so. When Macron was young then it was the duty of his parents to register an FIR.
 

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Islamophobia made Macron known in South Asia. Otherwise not many South Asians knew who he was.

- PRTP GWD
 

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Above poster when he uses South Asians, he means only Indians. It is their code word.

Imran Khan had been talking about increasing attacks against the personality of Prophet Muhammad saws for two years.
 

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No I’m not confused. this thread is made in the current context in France. And what you said [...and now they teach us morals...] is itself an evidence of the existing link with it. I have seen several posts on pdf forum condoning the murders and nobody condemned them. I had to report them to pdf Staff.
Now if someone, who did something wrong , is saying something right, does it make what he is saying wrong ?

Yes which morals he is teaching us ? About freedom of speech ? About murders ? About respecting laws of France ? If he want he could register an FIR to the police office against the woman who love him and whom he love... but it’s his own right to do so. When Macron was young then it was the duty of his parents to register an FIR.
As I said b4....confused
 

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Just one thing :

if someone is wrong, should you have to be wrong ?

If Macron had a wrong relation with his teacher, (which it is in my humble opinion), does it change the wrong doing of the terrorists in good doing ?

My humble answer is NO
One crime could never justify another one.

I’m living in France since several years. I never felt racism or islamophobia. It started slowly only when Muslims started to have wrong behaviours.

I’m Muslim, I’m Pakistani, I go in mosques (arabic, turkish,...).

we were all practicing our faith with peace. There were many non Muslims reverting to Islam.


But with the wrong doings of some of Muslims, now it will change....

Don’t forget APS, don’t forget all the lives we lost in Pakistan because of terrorism... don’t forget it. We can have disagreements, it’s normal, but we can expose our disagreement with words, well articulated reasoning but not with terror.

world is becoming mad🙁
No one is suggesting that it justified the horrific act of the terrorist. You obviously haven’t read the thread. You are mixing apples and pears.
Our point is Macron is attempting and trying to show us that Islam and ALL Muslims are somehow to blame for this horrific attack. Trying to claim the high pure virginal moral ground. Judging by his history and actions he has no right to tell us about morals

You live in France and don’t see the atrocities that France has committed abroad? You must, with respect, have your head in the sand sir.
 

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