Turkish Foreign Ministry urges Danish authorities to take action against perpetrators of "hate crime".
As Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and spiritual reflection for Muslims, approaches, mosques are being cleaned, streets and houses are being decorated, and people are busy shopping.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has condemned the temporary closure of Western consulates in Istanbul over security threats, as the Turkish foreign ministry summons ambassadors.
The online encyclopedia was blocked across Pakistan after repeated requests from Pakistani authorities for the removal of the content were met with no response.
Turkish Foreign Ministry summons Norway's ambassador in Ankara over possible burning of Quran in Scandinavian country.
Audio recordings from the racist politician’s online conversations reveal he spoke to minors about disturbing and graphic sexual scenarios, such as a teacher sexually abusing a boy in front of his class.
Swedish citizens call out authorities for allowing the burning of the Quran, an act according to them that “clearly constitutes a hate crime".
Public burning or other desecration of book held sacred by religious community would be met with police intervention.
The latest report by the Council of Europe’s anti-racism commission regrets to note that Muslims in Denmark are increasingly depicted, including by politicians of different political parties, as a threat to Danish values and culture.
The call for action comes a day after Swedish-Danish extremist Rasmus Paludan, the leader of a far-right party, once again burned a copy of Islam's holy book Quran.
Rasmus Paludan, known for his anti-Islam extremism, says he would burn the Quran every Friday until Sweden is included in the NATO alliance.
Türkiye issues a stern warning to European countries who disregard acts of sacrilege against Islam's holy book, the Quran, saying "such heinous acts" threaten the practice of peaceful coexistence.
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