France opposes printing of Muhammad postage stamp

The French government did not allow Iranian students to print the "I love Muhammad" postage stamp.

Iran PressEurope: A group of Iranian students in France wanted to print a postage stamp untitled "I love Muhammad" in honor of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH), but the French Post Company (La Poste) did not accept the idea.

The French Post rejected the "I love Muhammad" stamp for its religious contents.

According to the laws, anyone in France can have a special stamp and use it for postal affairs, but the French company did not permit printing the "I love Muhammad" project," an Iranian student living in France said.

In recent days, the French magazine Charlie Hebdo has started publishing insulting cartoons about the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH).

French President Emmanuel Macron, in a statement far removed from the diplomatic costume and principles of democracy, said that France will continue to publish insulting cartoons against the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH).


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