Turkey's parliament on Tuesday condemned remarks by French President Emmanuel Macron and insult to the Holy Prophet (PBUH), calling his comments sick rhetoric with the potential to cause a global rupture.

Iran PressAsia: Four Turkish parties including the ruling AK Party, their allies the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), the secularist main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), and the Iyi Party, issued a joint statement saying Macron's remarks could cause destructive conflicts among people of different beliefs.

"With his reckless actions under the pretense of 'supporting freedom of expression', (Macron) is triggering a conflict, rupture whose global repercussions can deeply and negatively impact people of all beliefs," the four parties said in their joint statement.

President Tayyip Erdogan strongly criticized Macron at the weekend, saying the French leader needed a mental health check, prompting France to recall its ambassador from Ankara. On Monday, Erdogan urged a boycott of French products.

Calls to boycott French goods are growing around the world after President Emmanuel Macron's comments against Islam and Muslims.

Macron on Wednesday accused Muslims of separatism and vowed not to give up cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammad.