Agence France-PresseMarch 7, 2014 09:23
About 300 fundamentalists in Sudan branded France a "criminal" and called for jihad during a Friday rally in support of Muslims in the Central African Republic, an AFP reporter saw.
"France is the chief criminal in Central Africa," said one sign carried by the protesters, many of them bearded, outside the main mosque in central Khartoum.
Other banners, written in Arabic, French and English, called French President Francois Hollande a war criminal and urged Muslim countries to "boycott" France.
The protesters shouted "Jihad!" and "Allahu Akbar! (God is greatest)".