Will OIC not confront France: answer to M. Pervez Hoodboy’s “ambassadors letter”

M. Pervez Hoodbhoy’s, @pervezhoodbhoy, published an article, “Will OIC confront France?”, on May 8, 2021, in Dawn, a Pakistani media. I am French, I have been in Pakistan, and I am impressed by the free tone of this author and by the risk he is taking. This gentleman is perfectly right when he invokes Pakistan own incoherences and failures for explaining why its strategy for instrumenting OIC is a desperate one. However, he is disappointing while not debunking the propagandist and irrelevant Imran khan’s “diagnostic” about France and about its President.

M. Pervez Hoodbhoy’s pictures is from his Dawn’s profile

A fictional letter from OIC ambassadors

Pakistan is ignorant about France. This is not the case for most of the Arabian countries.

(From L-R) Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Moroccan King Mohammed VI, French President Emmanuel Macron (L), his wife Brigitte, Bahrain’s King Hamed bin Isa Al-Khalifa and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani pose for a photo as they visit the Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum during its inauguration on November 8, 2017 on Saadiyat island in the Emirati capital. (AFP Photo)

The diagnostic about France could be the disturbing part of the “IOC ambassadors letter”.

Imran Khan, ex criket player, fromer jetsetter and more…
Imran Khan, Prime minister of Pakistan, ex-criket player, former jetsetter and more…

It is not conceivable for our fellow citizens to surrender to any Islamic threat and blackmail.

French MFA’s answer to Shireen Mazari, “human rights” minister in Imran Khan’s government: “deeply shocking and insulting”… “despicable words”… “blattant lies”… “ideology of hatred and violence”… “condemnation”… “return to path of dialogue based on respect”.

PM Imran Khan is wrong. He doesn’t understand what is going on in our country. He doesn’t realise that he will be forced to acknowledge it is none of his business. He doesn’t see there is not even a single good strategy to interfere in our internal affairs. Any foreseeable different options will produce no results as far as France is concerned. Though, they might have devastating impact for its blackmailer.

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