Türkiye has expressed concern about the new burning of the Holy Scriptures for Muslims. In particular, Ankara recalled the actions in front of the Turkish embassies in The Hague and Copenhagen, as well as near the diplomatic missions of other Muslim countries.
Earlier on Monday, in the Stockholm suburb of Södertälje, a migrant Salvan Momika, who organized Quran burning actions, was attacked. Last Friday, he held another similar event in front of the Iranian embassy.
The Swedish Immigration Board is considering withdrawing his refugee status and withdrawing his residence permit.
During the summer actions with the burning of the Koran were carried out in Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands. Hate speech cases have been launched against the organizers. The demonstrations sparked violent protests in the Muslim world. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation demanded that holy scriptures be protected at the legislative level.
Prominent figures of the world confessions criticized the burning of the holy scriptures. The Russian Orthodox Church called the action an attempt by certain forces to destroy interfaith harmony around the world. Pope Francis has said that the burning of holy books is a reckless use of freedom of expression.