On Saturday, the European Association joined various Muslim nations in reproving the latest episode of profaning of the Blessed Quran in Sweden.
According to the EU’s censure announced today, burning the Holy Quran or any other sacred book is “offensive, disrespectful, and a clear act of provocation.”
“Appearances of bigotry, xenophobia, and related narrow-mindedness have no bearing in Europe,” said Nabila Massrali, the EU’s international concerns and security strategy representative.
- OIC calls for an emergency meeting – The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) announced that an emergency meeting would be called for the following week to discuss Sweden’s desecration of the Holy Quran.
The culmination, which will occur at the OIC base camp in the Saudi city of Jeddah, was called by Saudi Arabia in its job as the seat of the Islamic Highest Point Meeting, as per an assertion from the 57-country intergovernmental body.
It was stated that the emergency meeting would also discuss how to deal with the incident’s aftermath.
The OIC seriously reprimanded the episode in a past explanation, expressing that it was contrary to “worldwide endeavors to spread the upsides of resilience, balance, and renunciation of fanaticism.”
In addition, it pleaded with relevant governments worldwide to take adequate measures to prevent its recurrence and reiterated its condemnation of the reprehensible acts that some extremists deliberately commit.