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In this country, a person tore the Quran in front of the police! Saudi Arabia and other muslim countries condemn tearing of Quran in Netherlands tlifw

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In this country, a person tore the Quran in front of the police! Saudi Arabia and other muslim countries condemn tearing of Quran in Netherlands tlifw

The case of burning a copy of the Quran in Sweden had not cooled down yet that a case of tearing of the Quran has come to the fore in the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, a man tore pages of the Quran in front of the Dutch Parliament in the presence of the police and threw them on the ground. After this, the person was also seen trampling the pages lying on the ground with his feet. The Muslim country Saudi Arabia has issued a statement strongly objecting to this incident in the Netherlands.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry has issued a statement strongly condemning and condemning the tearing of a copy of the Quran in the Netherlands by the leader of an extreme-right anti-Islamist group in Germany.

The name of the person who tore the copy of the Quran is said to be Edwin Wagensveld, who is the head of the Dutch chapter of the far-right German organization Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamicisation of the Occident (Pegida). Pegida is a far-right political movement against Islam in Europe.

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The video of Edwin tearing the Quran is going viral on social media, in which he walks in front of the Dutch Parliament and starts tearing pages of the Quran in the presence of cameras. Standing on the Quran, he is seen tearing the second book of the Quran.

Regarding this, the Saudi ministry said, ‘Such abominable act incites the sentiments of crores of Muslims around the world. We insist on spreading the values ​​of dialogue, tolerance and coexistence and rejecting hate-extremism.

The Foreign Ministry of the United Arab Emirates has also issued a statement condemning it on Tuesday. The ministry said, ‘The UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) rejects such violations. The ministry stressed the need to respect religious symbols and avoid polarization at a time when the world should work together to spread the values ​​of tolerance and coexistence and reject hatred, extremism.

Muslim countries Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have also condemned the incident. Turkey also protested against the incident and has summoned the Dutch ambassador to express its displeasure.