Some Muslim countries such as Kuwait responded to the pressures and boycott that France imposed on French Muslims these days by removing French products from their supermarket shelves.
A great example to follow for Djibouti which in turn depends on this products.
Large Kuwai i shops decide to boycott French products and not display them on shelves after Macron promised not to give up caricatures and drawings.
Widespread campaign to boycott French products in Arab countries like Kuwait, after the French president insulted the Prophet of Islam. In addition to hashtags, we should do the same.
Kuwaiti markets empty shelves of “made in French” goods as boycott campaign grows on social media following republishing of offensive cartoons of Prophet Muhammad by French magazine, government crackdown on Muslims.
economy is a very major key these times, so if they found that boycotting is efficient and several countries managed to a do such boycott, it will hit france real bad, turns out it wasn’t “sakhife” after all?
First thing first, so far only Kuwait has taken official steps to boycott french products. French is the 7th largest economy i’m doubt this step will make any difference lmao.
So far Kuwait has condemned Macron, has started to boycott French products and pull them from their stores, and put Macron where he belongs, under their feet!! Its good to see a Arab country come out against France and defend the Prophet saw.
Some Jordanian stores start Boycott French products after all the Islamophobic actions happening in France right now
Kuwait and Qatar did the same 2 days ago please if you’re a Muslim boycott all the French products. It’s says”this product is not for sale since it’s French”.
I think France belongs to the entity from which this decision was issued, but as to the fact that the boycott does not concern you, this is so clear that you and many French have started to tweetting the boycottfranceproducts on Twitter.
Some Muslim countries such as Kuwait responded to the pressures and boycott that France imposed on French Muslims these days by removing French products from their supermarket shelves. A great example to follow for Djibouti which in turn depends on this products.