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Swedish Police approve of demonstration to burn the Holy Quran in Malmö

Once again, the controversy of burning a copy of the Holy Quran in the southern Swedish city of Malmö  is back, after the Swedish police granted permission to organize the demonstration against Islam.

Once again, the controversy of burning a copy of the Holy Quran in the southern Swedish city of Malmö  is back, after the Swedish police granted permission to organize the demonstration against Islam.

Last week, the Swedish police refused to grant the permit for the demonstration, which intended to burn a copy of the Quran in front of a mosque in the city of Malmö, for security reasons.

The demonstration takes place at the request of the Danish Rasmus Paludan, with the support of the Swedish street artist Dan Park, after they obtained approval for the demonstration, which is supposed to take place on Friday 28 August at Fridhemstorget area. 

Hard Line party leader Rasmus Paludan, who has made a name for himself with anti-Islamic taunts, described the upcoming Quran burning in an immigrant-heavy area as “the least he could do” to help “Sweden’s occupied enclaves”.

Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish nationalist party Hard Line, who rose to prominence for Islam-critical performances that include Quran-burnings, intends to expand his activities northward and pay a visit to neighbouring Sweden.

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