Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya, said French President Emmanuel Macron had made a statement on the pretext of freedom of expression. He defended the caricatures of Muhammad, claiming that he directed people, and especially young people, to terror.
Ramzan Kadyrov said in a statement: "I do not know what kind of State Macron was in when he made this statement, but the consequences of such a reaction can be very tragic. The French leader himself is now starting to look like a terrorist. By supporting provocations, it implicitly encourages Muslims to commit crimes."
"Macron, if you call him a terrorist, in this case you are a hundred times worse, because you force people into terrorism, you direct people towards him, you leave no choice, you create all the conditions in the minds of young people to feed extremist ideas," Kadyrov said on his social media account, “You can easily call yourself the leader and inspiration of terrorism in your country."