After a Koran is burned in Sweden, Muslims set Malmo ablaze

Much more to come on this as translations come in. But the point form on this for now looks like this:

Rasmus was denied entry to Sweden

But a Swedish group against the islamization of Sweden burned a Koran in Malmo anyway.

When night fell, this sort of thing started:

This appears to be earlier today in Malmo:

Police arrest Danish politicians playing 5 Koran in Malmo

The original video that sparked the Islam out of the local muslims

(ANTIFA chants appear to be in English for some reason)

(There are videos of members of SION burning a Koran in Malmo i saw today and cannot find, but will add here if and when I do)

It is interesting though how there are no riots in Sweden over events like this, or events like this. All of which should bring a lot more vitriol to the table then just tossing a fetishized book around.

 

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15 Replies to “After a Koran is burned in Sweden, Muslims set Malmo ablaze”

  1. The thing is that in most Western Democracies it is perfectly legal to kick a Quran around or a Bible or any other book and if the Muslims can’t learn to accept that and simply shake their heads when it happens then they are not capable of adapting to the West and should go back where they came from. You can’t move into someone else’s country and then get all mad that their laws aren’t exactly the same as the ones you left behind and if you prefer those laws you should go back to your country of origin and enjoy them, not start a war in your host country because you didn’t get your own way. That’s called an “invasion”…

  2. reuters – Violence Erupts in Swedish Town of Malmo After Anti-Islam Actions, Police Say

    STOCKHOLM — A riot broke out on Friday in the southern Swedish town of Malmo, where at least 300 people had gathered to protest against anti-Islam activities, police said.

    Protesters were throwing objects at police officers and car tyres had been set on fire, a police spokesman said. Earlier in the day, a copy of the Quran had been burned in Malmo by right-wing extremists.

    “We don’t have this under control but we are working actively to take control,” the spokesman said.

    “We see a connection between what is happening now and what happened earlier today,” he said.

    The demonstrations had escalated in the same place where the Quran had been burned, the spokesman said.

    Daily Aftonbladet said several anti-Islam activities had taken place in Malmo on Friday, including three men kicking a copy of the Quran between them in a public square.

    The anti-Islam protests occurred after Rasmus Paludan, leader of Danish far-right political party Hard Line, had been denied permission to have a meeting in Malmo and was stopped at the Swedish border, according to the newspaper.

    https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2020/08/28/world/europe/28reuters-sweden-riot.html
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    DAILY MAIL – Riots break out in Sweden as 300 people gather to protest against far-Right activists burning the Koran as rocks are thrown at police and car tyres are set on fire

    Riots break out in Malmo, a town in the south of the country, after far-Right activists burnt the Koran in street
    Around 300 protesters took to the streets tonight, with tyres being burnt and rocks being thrown at the police
    It comes after leader of Danish far-Right party Hard Line, was denied permission to have a meeting in Malmo
    Rasmus Paludan was arrested on Friday by police who say they suspected he was going to break Swedish laws

    Riots have broken out in Sweden tonight as hundreds of people gather to protest the actions of far-Right activists who had earlier set fire to the Koran.

    Dramatic pictures show tyres being burnt in the street and a large plume of smoke rising above Malmo, in the south of the Scandinavian country.

    Crowds of protesters, of which there are thought to be around 300, reportedly threw rocks at police as they tried to ease tensions.

    Earlier in the day, right-wing extremists had burnt the Koran following the arrest of the leader of a far-Right Danish political party was arrested ahead of a planned meeting in the town.

    Police in Malmo have said in a statement that they are attempting to bring the riot under control.

    We see a connection between what is happening now and what happened earlier today.’

    The demonstrations had escalated in the same place where the Koran had been burned, the spokesperson added.

    According to reports in national newspaper the Daily Aftonbladet, three men had earlier been seen kicking a copy of the Koran, the central religious text of Islam, around a public square during anti-Islam protests earlier in the day.

    The anti-Islam protests were sparked after Rasmus Paludan, leader of Danish far-right political party Hard Line, had been denied permission to have a meeting in Malmo and was stopped at the Swedish border, according to the newspaper.

    Mr Paludan, who is known for his anti-Muslim rhetoric, had been banned from Sweden for two years, authorities said Friday.

    Calle Persson, spokesperson for the police in Malmo, said the force suspected Mr Paludan was ‘going to break the law in Sweden’.

    However Paludan’s arrest sparked supporters to stage rallies. During the rallies, the Koran was burnt. Three people were arrested for inciting racial hatred.

    Paludan, a lawyer who last year sparked controversy when he burnt a Koran surrounded by bacon, a meat which is deemed unclean by Muslims, later put up a scathing message on Facebook.

    He wrote: ‘Sent back and banned from Sweden for two years. However, rapists and murderers are always welcome.’

    According a report by the European Network of Equality Bodies (EQUINET) last year, the number of incidents of racist and xenophobic hate speech have been rising in Sweden over recent years, in particular in the context of large-scale arrivals of migrants and refugees.

    The report says the rise comes despite of serious efforts by the Swedish authorities to prevent such hate speech.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8675853/Riots-break-Sweden-300-people-gather-protest-against-far-Right-activists.html

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