It all starts with a video of a young man who decides to twerk in a church wearing a crop-top:
To maintain his buzz, he had decided to redo a tiktok where he called his mother, telling her that he was planning to twerk in a mosque or a synagogue, his mother on the phone begged him crying to stop, afraid for her son who received death threats and people prowling around his house at night
Despite the hatred and indignation he has already aroused, he has not decided to stop there, after a video where he cries wishing that everything would stop and that he needed help, he posted the very next day a video of him wearing a yarmulke dancing sensually and heavily made up, causing further outrage
He then decides to attack Muslims by posting a video where he cleans a window with a Koran saying “everything that is written in these books is not very interesting, so we can use it to clean a window, to stall a furniture or a door”
The situation got out of hand to the point that another tiktoker ended up physically attacking him.
He continues by making a video again with his mother who yells at him to stop, then in the middle of Ramadan disguises himself as a veiled woman, sells naked photoshaving, made caricatures of great religious figures, then rubs a cross against his body filled with white paint (thanking the gods for sending him sp*rm from the sky)
He will finally be condemned for having entered a place of worship without the agreement of the priest, but having already launched heated debates on the TV sets and social networks on the right to blasphemy.
This story comes after a story that made headlines when a young woman made comments that forced her to be put under police protection:
“I hate religion. […] The Koran there is only hatred in it, Islam is s**t. […] I said what I thought of it, you don’t “don’t make me regret it. There are still people who will get excited, I clearly don’t give a f**k, I say what I want, what I think. Your religion is s**t , your God, I put a finger in his a*****e. Thank you, goodbye”
Although many people are indignant at this kind of disrespectful remarks, many have fun and reproduce the same scenario in search of recognition, and thousands of religious people who feel less and less respected in a secular country
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