Azharuddin Khattak Zahir
Muslim ummah strongly condemns the recent incidents of desecration of Holy Quran in Malmo, Sweden and Oslo, Norway. The rise of such Islamophobic occurrences goes against the spirit of any religion. Freedom of speech can't justify religious hatred," "Ensuring respect for religious beliefs of others is a collective responsibility and is absolutely critical for global peace and prosperity." At least 10 people were arrested and several police officers were injured on Friday after clashes broke out at an anti-
Muslim protest in Malmo, Switzerland.The demonstration of about 300 people was connected to the incident of protesters burning a copy of the Holy Book. Rasmus Paludan, leader of the far-right Danish anti-immigration party Stram Kurs (Hard Line), was due to travel to Malmo to speak at Friday's event, however, authorities pre-empted his arrival by announcing he had been banned from entering Sweden for two years. Police later arrested him near Malmo. Across the border in Norway, a group held an anti-
Muslim demonstration Saturday during which one woman tore pages from the Holy Quran. We should respect all the religions be it christians, hindus, jews etc. Usually , this kind of incidents take place to divert the focus of people from one issue to another. For europe, its weapon toll to be used for diversion. Some people are of the opinion that this blasphemy was toll to deviate and swing the muslims from the issue over the relations of UAE and Israel. Very often so, such tactis are materialize to play with the sentiments of muslims. Its time for all muslims to come on one page in order to fight their evil intensions. We need to sought out our internal issues as enemy is playing divide and rule . Such great
games can not be understood without great minds . Lets unveil all kind of conspiries against muslim ummah. This could not take place hypocrites . Hence, we need to check out the foes with in ourselves. Long live muslim, long live Islam.


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