France is still reeling from the latest attack in Nice which Macron has already described as "Islamist" terror.
The Belgian teacher, who works in the Brussels district of Molenbeek, showed one of the cartoons previously published by French magazine Charlie Hebdo
Macron had strongly defended secular values and the right to mock religion after a French schoolteacher, who had shown his class cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed
On its website, the party launched a fundraiser to "publish advertisements with the drawings of Charlie Hebdo in Danish newspapers."
He also reiterated France's disappointment at Turkey's failure to condemn the gruesome killing of teacher Samuel Paty or to express solidarity with France.
Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Macron over his policies toward Muslims, saying that the French president needed "mental checks."
Jibon Krishna Roy, a security guard, was found guilty late Wednesday of posting "obscene, derogatory and objectionable comments on Prophet Mohammed"
Five years after attack by Islamic extremists, French paper Charlie Hebdo reprints Prophet Mohammed caricatures
Charlie Hebdo's Paris offices were firebombed in 2011 and its editorial leadership placed under police protection, which remains in place to this day.