The man who wanted to burn the Torah and the Bible in Stockholm refuses to work | outside

At the end of June, an Iraqi refugee set fire to a Koran during a demonstration in the Swedish capital. He also obtained permission to do so. The burning of the Qur’an sparked angry reactions in countries where many Muslims live. In Iraq, the Swedish embassy was stormed. Ahmed A. received The 32-year-old gave permission on Friday to do similar work, with the Torah and the Bible. This decision sparked many reactions, including from Israel.

Ahmed A. explained. told reporters that his intention was to criticize people who have burned Qurans in Sweden in recent months. “I want to show that freedom of expression has limits that have to be taken into account,” said the 32-year-old Swedish resident of Syrian descent. “I want to show that we have to respect each other, we live in the same community.”

In January, a far-right Danish-Swedish politician burned a Quran in protest. This has also led to violent reactions from Muslim countries. In February, Swedish police banned the burning of the Quran in front of the Turkish embassy, ​​citing public order and security concerns.

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