Iraq calls Swedish emissary over Quran consuming
Iraq on Sunday called the Swedish charge d’affaires, Hakan Rooth, to fight the consumption of a duplicate of the Muslim sacred book of the Quran by a wide margin of right fanatics in Sweden, Anadolu reports.
On Thursday, Rasmus Paludan, the Danish head of the extreme right Stram Kurs (Hard Line) Party, consumed a duplicate of the Holy Quran in southern Linkoping in Sweden, as indicated by media reports.
In an explanation, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry said it held up a dissent with the Swedish ambassador over the consuming of the Muslim blessed book.
The service cautioned that the consuming “bears grave ramifications on Sweden’s relations with all Muslims.”
The assertion approached the Swedish government to intercede to stop any demonstrations that incite strict opinions.