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  • relations have been frosty between France's Macron and Turkey's Erdogan for years, but a war of words over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed has dragged them to an unprecedented low, and it could have far reaching consequences.

  • Oh, let's take a closer look at Franco Turkish ties on where the tensions could lead.

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  • Last month, a French teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the prophet.

  • So, Professor, I present The French government, backed by many citizens, saw it as an attack on freedom of speech.

  • Macron vowed to redouble efforts to stop radical Islam.

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  • It's a non printing investment that prompted Erdogan to accuse macron oven anti Islamic agenda, even suggesting he needed a mental health check.

  • Western countries mocking Islam, he said, want to relaunch the Crusades.

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  • Both are facing domestic pressure on this issue.

  • Macron to be strong against radical Islam on Erdogan to be a global champion of Muslim rites.

  • But relations had already soured around other issues at their root rival strategic interests, according to analysts and officials.

  • Macron is the most out spoken defender of European interests in areas where Ankara, rebuffed for membership of the EU club, is increasingly exerting itself, namely in North Africa, the eastern Mediterranean and Syria.

  • In March 2018, Macron met a delegation including the Syrian Kurdish Y P G, labeled a terror group by Turkey.

  • France accused Turkey of backing radical Islamists among rebels fighting President Bashar al Assad.

  • France also claimed to Turkey was using Syrian refugees as blackmail by hinting it could send them towards European borders.

  • Erdogan repeatedly threatened in public speeches to open the gates.

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  • By the time Erdogan and Macron met at a NATO summit in July 2018, relations were particularly low, an official said.

  • everyone was sent out apart from interpreters, so Erdogan and Macron could talk man to man.

  • But there was no thought.

  • If anything, there was a deterioration.

  • So if bridges can't be mended, where might it or lead you?

  • Leaders have already threatened sanctions if Turkey failed to de escalate tensions in the eastern Mediterranean.

  • Sources say momentum is likely to build for a proposal driven by France to push through sanctions targeting Turkey's already fragile economy.

relations have been frosty between France's Macron and Turkey's Erdogan for years, but a war of words over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed has dragged them to an unprecedented low, and it could have far reaching consequences.

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Explained: France, Turkey and the cartoon dispute

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