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Dutch MP Backs Nupur Sharma Over Her Comments On Prophet Muhammad

It is ridiculous that Arab and Islamic countries are angered by Indian politician #NupurSharma, he said.”

New Delhi: Amid the massive backlash from Islamic nations for her statements about Prophet Muhammad, former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma has found support in Geert Wilders, a far-right leader from and the Netherlands.

The Dutch leader said Nupur Sharma was telling the truth when she made the remarks and termed the anger of the Islamic countries as “ridiculous”.

It is ridiculous that Arab and Islamic countries are angered by Indian politician #NupurSharma

for speaking the truth about #ProphetMuhammad who indeed married Aisha when she was six years old and consumed the marriage when she was nine. Why does India apologize?” he tweeted on Monday.

He further said “Appeasement never works. It’ll only make things worse. So my dear friends from India, don’t be intimidated by Islamic countries. Stand up for freedom and be proud and steadfast in defending your politician #NupurSharma.”

Later on Wednesday after receiving massive backlash from netizens he tweeted “I receive many death threats now from Muslims who want to kill me for supporting #NupurSharma who spoke the truth and nothing but the truth about Muhammad and Aisha. My message to them is: go to hell. You have no morals. We stand for the truth. We stand for freedom”, the Chairman of the Party for freedom said. 

Nupur Sharma has already issued an apology for her statement and her party has not only suspended her but also clarified that the party does not encourage her views.

The Government officially clarified stating it accorded the “highest respect to all religions, and dismissed the remarks as “views of fringe elements”.

Speaking to Times Of India about her suspension Nupur Sharma said “I’ve practically grown up in the organization. I respect and accept their decision.”

 

 

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