Egypt’s The top religious institution Wednesday Call on Muslims All over the world, people are calling for a boycott Swedish Dutch Products over the desecration Islam’s sacred book by far-right activists from the two European countries.
The Call by Egypt’s Al-AzharThe Sunni Muslim The world’s largest religious institution, this is the latest in a string of backlashes from Muslim Over the incidents in the world Sweden The Netherlands.
On Saturday, Danish anti-Islam activist Rasmus Paludan The fire was extinguished Quran The outside of the Turkish Embassy The Swedish capital, Stockholm. On Sunday, Edwin Wagensveld, Dutch The leader of the far right Pegida Movement, tore pages from the Quran Near the Dutch Parliament The Hague And then he stomped all over them.
Egypt’s Al-Azhar Desecrations are considered an offense. Muslims He suggested that a boycott of both countries would be a proper response to governments that support barbaric crime under the inhumane and immoral banner of freedom of expression. In Pakistan’s The eastern city of LahoreMany protested against Tuesday The desecration was condemned. Protests Also, the main event took place in Turkish cities, Istanbul Ankara.
After The incident took place in Stockholm, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Telled Sweden Expect nothing less Ankara’s It continues to seek support from NATO in its ongoing effort to join the military alliance Russia’s war on Ukraine. He Also, criticised Sweden Pro-Kurdish demonstrations later on Saturday outside Turkey’s Embassy.
European While freedom of expression has been defended by countries for a long time, incitement to violence and hate speech are generally prohibited. Both Paludan Wagensveld Authorities granted them permission to protest.