Calling the tearing up of the Quran an Islamophobia, Muslim countries lodged their protest with the Dutch Foreign Ministry.
Along with Saudi Arabia, the UAE Foreign Ministry also issued a statement on Tuesday condemning the act.
amsterdam, The protest against the tearing of the Koran by the head of an anti-Islamic organization in front of the country’s parliament on January 22 in The Hague, Netherlands, is growing. Along with all major Muslim countries, the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) has also expressed its objection to this.
Calling the tearing up of the Quran an Islamophobia, these countries registered their protest with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to the report, Edwin Wagensveld, leader of the German anti-Islamic group Pegida, tore up the Koran, the holy book of Muslims, in front of the Dutch parliament. On Twitter, Edwin Wagensveld shared a video of his provocative act which took place in front of the Parliament building in The Hague. Edwin Wagensveld has not yet been arrested in this case.
The people who know us and follow us, we know that we don’t give them time, we don’t intimidate them with the violence of the doors and the doodsbedreigingen…….geen words maar daden. Na 2 times before direct te jijn aankhedi en te hibban vastgeten, today was the third time scheepsrecht! pic.twitter.com/IXqEXaODcs
— EWagensveld 👊🏻🇳🇱 VRIJHEID👊🏻 (@EWagensveld) January 22, 2023
Tags: OCI, Koran, Saudi Arabia, the Netherlands, Turkish, United Arab Emirates
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