British parliamentarian speaks to Macron about Islamophobia in France


He is Afzal Khan, an MP in the British Parliament, a letter to French President Emmanuel Macron, in which I may act on his “concern” in his treatment of Muslims and the rise of Islamophobia in the country.

Khan, a Muslim for the Legal Department, Manchester Gorton, wrote to Macron: I am writing to you as a British Muslim parliamentarian.


He commented that we are concerned about the close relationship that we feel in Japan.

The last law passed by the French Senate to party educational programs, representatives, representatives, representatives, representatives and deputies.

The “Pakistani wing” to the Iranian side .. There are a number of previous provisions in the draft law, the external side, and the external side.

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Or wearing a “burkini” (a full-coverage swimsuit), prohibiting prayers in university buildings, and raising foreign flags at weddings. “

Khan drew in his capacity as the vice president of the dreamy parliamentary group of reflexes.

Which he considers “is rooted in the region that targets Islam.”


And in his message to Macron, Islamophobia became a worldwide phenomenon.

A UN report for the UN for the UN, Antonio Guterres, found that suspicion, hatred, and discrimination towards cases has risen to “epidemic proportions”.

To begin: in the spirit of “equality and brotherhood” and urge you to address the issue of Islamophobia in France, freedom and equality for all French citizens.

Earlier this year, the International NGO Coalition made a formal complaint to the United Nations Human Rights Council.

This is in response to the violent crackdown on the French government.

The Coalition Organization disaster from the international community to the civil society organization in March 2021

These are the European Commission, the High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.