Following a Swedish court’s decision to deport the Iraqi refugee “the Quran burner,” fears that he will be exposed to retaliation
The Swedish Migration Court approved the decision to deport Iraqi refugee Silwan Mumika, who burned copies of the Quran more than once in the capital, Stockholm, last year, and sparked a wave of anger in the Islamic world, but the Swedish authorities fear that he will be exposed to retaliation in Iraq, if he is […]Read more..
With respect for freedom of expression
Denmark bans the burning of the Quran and any “inappropriate treatment” of religious texts
After several incidents over the summer, the Danish Parliament passed a law prohibiting “inappropriate treatment” of religious texts and practically banning the burning of the Quran, amid government assurances of commitment to ensuring freedom of opinion and expression. The bill prohibiting “inappropriate treatment of texts of significant religious importance to recognized religious communities” was passed […]Read more..
Despite the Rise of Radical Currents
6 European Countries are Ideal for Refugees… Sweden and Germany Come to the Forefront
By: Seif Ali In response to the emergence of far-right parties and their anti-immigrant stance, the right-wing and centrist parties in many European countries have adopted anti-immigration measures in an attempt to snatch victory from the jaws of radicals. The competition between these political currents that tighten and limit immigration has become in full swing. […]Read more..
Germany accuses two Syrian individuals of planning an attack on a church in Sweden in response to the burning of the Quran
German prosecutors accused two Syrian brothers of planning an ISIS-inspired attack on a church in Sweden due to incidents of Quran burning in the country. SVT channel reported that the German authorities in the German city of Hamburg brought charges against the two Syrian brothers, who were arrested in a security operation last April. According […]Read more..
In an effort to reduce hate incidents… Sweden is examining the residence permit of the Iraqi refugee who burned the Quran
The Swedish migration authority is reconsidering the residence permit granted to an Iraqi refugee who was behind several incidents of desecration of the Quran in Stockholm in recent weeks enraging Muslims around the world. According to the Swedish News Agency (TT), the man has a temporary residence permit in Sweden that is scheduled to expire […]Read more..