In Saudi Arabia, home to the holiest sites in Islam, there has been criticism of France but much-more muted than in other countries. Mute since the launch of the campaign to boycott French products in the Arab world, Prince MBS’s Saudi Arabia has finally spoken out. Related Topics Italy They considered that the campaign aims to disrupt the Saudi and Emirati boycott of Turkish products, which was launched with semi-official sponsorship in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia has signed a number of trade agreements within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) that gives member countries total exemption from customs duties (e.g. Distinguishing himself clearly from Kuwait and Qatar, leader of the campaign to boycott French products, Prince MBS, a supporter of openness and modernism, shares a point of view quite similar to that of Egypt, openly opposed the call for a boycott because of economic and strategic interests with France. The country plans to reduce oil-based revenues to 42% by 2023. It is an old video from Saudi Arabia where spoiled cheese was dumped. Islamic circles directed sharp criticism of the Al Saud regime against the backdrop of its suspicious silence of France’s insults to the Prophet Muhammad and the Islamic religion and its taking strong measures against Paris. However, the plan seems to have backfired as another Islamic nation Saudi Arabia has now started boycotting Turkish products instead. Boycott of French products in the Arab world: Saudi Arabia’s surprise position, Kenya: KCB acquires two banks in Rwanda and Tanzania, Gabon: BGFIBank launches the digitization of 100% mobile accounts, In the Central African financial market, Harvest is ahead of Attijariwafa…, China surprises the West by launching its own cryptocurrency, Sarkozy and Merkel as seen by Obama. In this informal boycott of Turkish goods, signboards urging people to not Turkish products were spotted in some of the stores in Riyadh. A sources told “Saudi Wikileaks” that the regime authorities have arrested a number of store owners in Riyadh and other regions of the Kingdom against the background of a report against them for placing posters to boycott French products. 30-10-2020. The video is from Saudi Arabia, where large quantities of cheese were spoilt in storage and had to be destroyed. In the end, you lose your Arabic faster than your Latin. On the other hand, Saudi writers attacked the popular campaign calling for a boycott of French products, in protest against the repeated insults of the Islamic religion and the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. The French consulate in Jeddah urged French nationals in Saudi Arabia to exercise "maximum vigilance" following the attack, according to Reuters. Mute since the launch of the campaign to boycott French products in the Arab world, Prince MBS’s Saudi Arabia has finally spoken out. His conviction is what can be done, and Macron’s attack and statements are a natural response to a brutal crime committed by a rogue terrorist. is a French company subsidiary of Areva TA (for 66%) and EDF (for 34%). The head of the Abu Dhabi Center for the Arabic Language (affiliated to the Department of Culture and Tourism), Ali bin Tamim, a prominent academic and media, said that he supports the boycott of Turkey “which offends the legacy of the Muhammadiyah message and the heritage of Arabs and Muslims.”, He added, “No, but a thousand, no to the campaign to boycott French products, because France sought tirelessly and tirelessly not to depend on extremist Islamic groups that want to monopolize the right and spread strife with falsehood and mirage and fatwas of terrorism.”, Saudi writer and journalist members of Al-Ahmari said, “Turkey is the first enemy of Saudi Arabia and its security, not France. “Freedom of expression and culture should be the beacons of respect, tolerance and peace, rejecting practices and acts that generate hatred, violence and extremism that are contrary to coexistence” , announces a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs relayed by the official media. Muslims also have called for boycotts of French products. The Saudi writer Turki Al-Hamad said: “Yes, Macron launched a campaign against political Islam and not Islam, but the Brotherhood wanted it to be a campaign against Islam as a whole, in a clear confusion between Islam and the thought of Al-Banna and Qutb. The offensive cartoons are an individual act. Claim: Video of French products being dumped into the garbage in Kuwait.