Iranian news outlets depicted French president Emmanuel Macron with long ears, yellow eyes and sharp teeth, calling him the ‘Devil of Paris’.
Slowly and over time, the whole world is getting quite comfortable with the idea of Emmanuel Macron as the Antichrist, imagery that has always followed him around but in this crazy year of 2020, is reaching epic proportions. And rightly so, for his time is almost here now, as he prepares to transition from being the president of France to the biblical man of sin.
“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.” 2 Thessalonians 2:3,4 (KJB)
Time is short, friends, shorter than I could ever possibly convey to you, and the ever-loudening drumbeat of bible prophecy cannot be stopped or even slowed down. What comes next will take place “in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye”, at the sound of the “last trump”. Flight #777 on Titus213 Airlines is nearly full but always room for one more. Don’t delay.
In Iran, Macron caricatured as “devil of Paris” in a newspaper
FROM HUFF POST FRANCE: Anger is roaring in Iran over France’s support for the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad . Several Iranian newspapers criticized the French president on the front page this Tuesday, October 27, including the daily Vatan Emrooz , which in turn uses the caricature against Emmanuel Macron.
The French head of state is depicted with long ears, yellow eyes and sharp teeth. “The Devil of Paris” is written in the title above this drawing, as you can see below. The daily, described as ultra-conservative by Courrier International , denounces the “arrogance” of Emmanuel Macron, who has repeatedly supported “the publication of insulting caricatures” of the Prophet Muhammad, arousing “the anger of Muslims around the world”.
Quelques quotidiens iraniens mettent Macron à la une ce matin:
1) «Le monde de l’Islam contre la France et Macron» (Ebtekar)
2) «Macron face à la colère des musulmans» (Khorassan)
3) «Le démon de Paris» (le très subtil et non moins ultraconservateur Vatan-e Emrooz) pic.twitter.com/kS8bH4JnOE
— Pierre Alonso (@pierre_alonso) October 27, 2020
This Tuesday again, the Iranian daily Javan headlined “Le Mal” on a photo of the French president, smiling. The ultraconservative newspaper Kayhan, for its part, demanded that the French ambassador be “expelled” from Iran, believing that it would be “the least thing to do in response to Macron’s insolence”.
These criticisms against the French president follow the statements of Emmanuel Macron after the assassination on October 16 near Paris of Professor Samuel Paty by a Russian extremist of Chechen origin. The head of state declared that France “will not abandon the cartoons”, published for the first time by the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo , and that the professor had been “killed because he embodied the Republic ”.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday that Emmanuel Macron’s remarks only fueled “extremism” and that insulting all Muslims “for the heinous crimes of these extremists” was an “opportunistic abuse of freedom of expression ”.
Tehran on Monday summoned the number two of the French embassy in Iran “to protest against the insistence of the French authorities to support the publication of the cartoons insulting the Prophet”, the Iranian foreign ministry announced in a statement Tuesday.
The ministry denounced “the unacceptable behavior of the French authorities which offended the feelings of millions of Muslims in Europe and in the world”, stressing that “any insult and any lack of respect towards the Prophet of Islam and the values of the ‘Islam (were) strongly condemned ”.
Muslims around the world reacted angrily to Emmanuel Macron’s comments. Islam, in its strict interpretation, prohibits any representation of the Prophet Muhammad. READ MORE
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