Sweden's Migration Agency has decided to expel an Iraqi man who burned copies of the Koran, the Muslim holy book.
UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, Nazila Ghanea, urged Sweden to strengthen its engagement and dialogue with faith communities to combat religious or belief intolerance
UN rights chief: Quran burning as a despicable action drives wedge between communities and countries
UN human rights chief describing the recent Quran burning in Europe as despicable action, slammed it and said it aims to derive wedge between communities and countries.
There has been another Quran burning episode in Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city.
The Danish government presented a bill on Friday that could lead to a ban on burning the Quran in public.
Momika said he wants to protect Sweden’s population from the messages of the Quran.
There are also several examples of terrorist groups that have urged their sympathizers around the world to take revenge for the Quran burning in Sweden.
Eight churches and several homes have been vandalised in Pakistan’s Punjab province after a Christian man was accused of making blasphemous comments against Islam.
Quran burning incidents has increased security threats in Sweden and this country top security officials have warned about it.
Britain on Sunday warned citizens going to Sweden of possible terrorist attacks following Quran burnings by anti-Islam activists.