Muslims have the right to slaughter the French .. Twitter deletes...

Muslims have the right to slaughter the French .. Twitter deletes...
Muslims have the right to slaughter the French .. Twitter deletes...
Twitter deleted a tweet by former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, in which he said that Muslims have the right to “kill millions of French in response to the massacres of the past.”

The site removed the tweet in which it said that “Muslims have the right to be angry and kill millions of French people in response to the massacres of the past.”

Mahathir Mohamad’s tweets coincided with the attack that took place in Nice, France, which killed 3 people and injured others.

It also comes in the midst of the crisis between France and a number of Arab and Islamic countries against the background of the publication of insulting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad under the cover of freedom of expression, and the support of French President Emmanuel Macron.

A young Tunisian man named Ibrahim bin Muhammad Saleh Al-Issawi launched a knife attack near Notre Dame Church at 9 am local time Thursday morning. As a result, 3 people were killed, two women and a man, as well as a number of wounded, amid a state of security alert in the city and other French cities.

The French police announced that he was stopped and arrested after carrying out the attack, but he was injured and taken to hospital for treatment.

Today, Thursday, the French authorities decided to close churches and places of worship in the cities of Nice and Cannes, in the wake of the attack, as the French authorities suggested the terror hypothesis with the Nice attack.

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