A new Canadian film is making waves on Twitter with an anti-Islamic theme and the hashtag #ambankfrench

The Canadian film Ambank French is making headlines around the world as an anti‐Islamic movie that is being billed as an antidote to the propaganda from French President Emmanuel Macron and his supporters.

The film features a French actor who goes by the name of Chérif.

He tells the story of a man who is kidnapped in Afghanistan, but he is not the first man in the world to be kidnapped.

Chérife was one of several actors in the movie who is also a Muslim, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Chérie Foulkes is an actor and actor of Haitian descent, who starred in the film as a Muslim in a video called “The Muslim Man.”

He also played a Muslim leader in the 2017 film, “The Prophet.”

The filmmaker’s director, Jean-Luc Diel, told the Toronto Star that Chéries family was “horrified” by the film and that the film’s director was shocked that it had been called out for the message it is conveying.

Chêrie Froulkes, a Haitian actor who is one of the film stars, tells the Toronto STAR that the message of this movie is the opposite of what the French are telling us.

He says the message is the message that the world has to wake up to.

This is not anti-Muslim.

This movie is not.

The movie is actually very pro-Muslim, he said.

He told the Star that the movie is a celebration of the Muslims.

The filmmakers told The Toronto Star the film was not about Islam.

“The movie does not promote a hatred of Muslims.

It celebrates the beauty of the people and the people of the Middle East,” said Diel.

“In this world, it’s very important to see that diversity and diversity of people, and to see the beautiful diversity of the world.”

But there are many who think the movie could be more damaging than it’s portraying.

The trailer for the movie has been removed from the site of the movie, but some tweets are still online.

One critic, Jennifer McNeil, tweeted, “You don’t need a trailer to make a Muslim laugh and a Muslim cry.

This could be a wake-up call for the world and it should be taken down immediately.”

In an interview with CBC News, Froulis mother, Jeanine, said she thought her son would be “blown away by the way he is portrayed,” and that her son “takes a very deep breath and says, ‘I’m not afraid to be who I am.'”

She added that her only regret is that the trailer was removed from her son’s website.

Jeanine Frouls tweets about the film, including the hashtag, #ambanksfrench, are still available on her social media accounts.

“This is about showing the world that we can be proud of our culture, of our religion, of how we dress and how we interact and how proud we are to be American,” Froulins mother said.

She said she didn’t expect the trailer to go viral, but that the media attention the film has received has been “a blessing.”

“It has definitely opened the eyes of so many people,” she said.

“We’ve been able to take this to the world.

People are finally starting to see it.”

The film’s production company, Al-Ameen Films, told The Canadian Press that it “believes that the words and the content of the trailer are accurate and that its message is in harmony with the film.”

The company said in a statement that the filmmaker “is a very committed Muslim, and is very proud of his heritage.”