A far-right group burned a copy of the Quran in Norrköping on June 28। The group protested against the construction of a new mosque in the town।

Protests and threats against Christian minorities in Sweden and burning the Quran

Muslim leaders and organizations condemned the burning of the Quran, and protests took place in many cities in Sweden। Occasionally, the protests turned violent, resulting in injuries to police personnel and damage to property।

Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has called for nationwide protests on Friday against the arson of the Quran

Protests and threats against Christian minorities in Sweden and burning the Quran। Some churches have been damaged।

The Quran burning and threats against Christian minorities have both been condemned by the Swedish government। But the government has also been criticized for how it handles the situation। The government has been criticized by some for not doing enough to protect religious minorities।

The Quran’s burning has shown deep divisions in Swedish society, raising concerns about the country’s future of religious freedom।

Here are some of the most recent changes:

The Swedish government has said it will provide more security for religious minorities in the country।
Swedish police have detained a number of people in relation to the Quran burning and the threats made against Christian minorities।
The EU has condemned the Quran’s burning and asked the Swedish government to protect religious freedom।
Situation in Sweden is still tense, and in the coming days, it is unclear how the protests will progress। However, the nation’s religious freedom was clearly restricted by the burning of the Quran।

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