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News from the world: France in action against religious fanaticism, new law could provoke anger in Muslim countries – France new law against religious fanaticism, refusal to be treated by a female doctor will be punishable offenses

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Amid the controversy over the Prophet Muhammad cartoons, France’s new move could again anger Muslim countries. In its war against radicalism, the French government will introduce a law in Parliament which should once again aggravate the conflict. French President Emmanuel Macron has previously spoken of enacting stricter laws to combat religious bigotry.

France is preparing to teach terrorists a lesson
French President Macron, who has faced frequent major terrorist attacks, said during the attack on Vienna that now is the time to tell the terrorists who have suffered. He also strongly condemned this barbaric terrorist incident. Macron has previously spoken of monitoring mosque funding in France and investigating schools and other organizations of religious groups.

Penalty and fine if the female doctor refuses to be treated
French Interior Minister Gerald said his country had waged a war against radical Islam. He said of a bill to be presented to the French Parliament that if a man refuses to be treated by a female doctor, he can be jailed for 5 years and fined 75,000 euros. The same can be done with women if she refuses to seek treatment from a male doctor because of her gender.

French minister’s statement creates social media heckling
Gerald said tough action will be taken against those who put pressure on authorities or refuse to accept lessons from teachers. This statement by the French minister created a ruckus on social media. A large number of Muslims strongly criticize this statement by the French minister by tweeting. Not only that, Muslims also question the 5-year sentence and heavy fines.

Macon strongly condemned the violence
Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday that Muslims who are upset by the cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad, we respect him but violence cannot be justified on this basis. Explain that security has been stepped up after the attacks in France over the past two weeks. After a teacher in Paris, three people were murdered in the church of Nees and a pastor was shot on Saturday in Léon.

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