With the permission of Sweden court burning Quran incident
On Eid ul-Adha, there was a case of heresy and blasphemy of the Quran outside the mosque in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.
The Stockholm police allegedly repeatedly refused to let an Iraqi citizen burn The Holly Quran. Still, the local court ruled that the police violated the human right to free speech.
After permitting citizens to demonstrate outside the city’s main mosque on Eid Ul Adha, local authorities enabled Muslims in Milan to burn the holy Quran and defile it.
On this occasion, the police established tight security precautions to safeguard the curse.
While the police detained a Muslim for throwing stones, the local Muslims vehemently denounced the blasphemy of the holy Quran and screamed “Allahu akbar.”
A few months ago, right-wing anti-Islam fanatics were thought to have destroyed the holy Qur’an in Sweden, sparking violent demonstrations.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry condemned the action with the burning of the Quran in Sweden
“I condemn this vile act committed in Sweden against our holy book, the Holy Quran, on the first day of Eid al-Adha. It is unacceptable that such anti-Islamic actions be allowed under the pretext of exercising freedom of speech,” Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan wrote on Twitter