Arabs across the world are using social networks to condemn the Islamophobia campaign in France.
Macron angered Muslim communities when he said Islam is “in crisis” across the world.
In response, Muslims launched a virtual campaign to condemn France’s approach against Islam.
Calls to boycott French products have gone viral on Twitter in recent days.
Twitter users are using several hashtags, including “Prophet Muhammad is a red line,” “France insults Prophet Muhammad,” and “Boycott French products” to condemn the Islamophobia campaign in France.
Some Twitter users are also sharing photos of the French products that Muslims should avoid purchasing.
The list includes luxury brands such as Cartier, Dior, Chanel, Nina Ricci, Givenchy, Lacoste, and others.
Twitter users are also calling on Muslims to boycott French food products, including popular dairy products such as La Vache Qui Rit (The Laughing Cow), Kiri, and President.
The boycott list also includes French car manufacturer Renault, hotel company Sofitel, and cigarette brand Gauloises.
“Terrorists in suits. Bloody mouth @EmmanuelMacron. Words full of hate, grudge, violence and terrorism. How many innocents will be victims of such hateful policy against Muslims,” one Twitter user said.
Another condemned the anti-Islam insults and satirical comments rapidly on the rise in France.
“Stop making fun of our Islamic religion, we are proud of our prophet Muhammad peace be upon him taught us the true meaning of humanity and how to respect other religions even if we disagree with them.”
Kuwaiti news outlets wrote on its Twitter that Kuwaitis have already started to boycott French products.
The news outlets shared a photo of a supermarket shelf empty with a banner saying “Boycott of French products.”