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French citizens in majority-Muslim countries warned to take precautions as Muslim anger boils over display of Mohammad cartoons

In a sign of the growinggalvanized the French population and caused huge numbers of French citizens to publicly display cartoons of Mohammad in solidarity with Baty and principles of free expression.

This has served to further enrage the Muslim world, which has called for boycotts of French goods. Macron, for his part, has responded by condemning the "separatism" of France's large Muslim community, which he views as a threat to national security.

The anti-France anger has become so acute in some countries that France's foreign ministry warned its citizens traveling there on Tuesday to avoid all public gatherings and to specifically avoid dangerous protests occurring in those countries. Those countries include Indonesia, Bangladesh, Iraq, and Mauritania. A statement released by the foreign ministry stated, "It is recommended to exercise the greatest vigilance, especially while travelling, and in places that are frequented by tourists or expatriate communities," according to Reuters.

In addition to violent protests and calls for boycott, Turkish thug dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan publicly questioned Macron's health for his refusal to crack down on displays of the cartoon, which led the French government to recall its ambassador from Turkey.

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