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.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says the burning was assessed as absolutely inadequate while the Western world "applauds this and says that this is not just normal, but good."
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.
The planned protest, intending to burn a scroll of Torah outside the Israeli embassy in Stockholm, has been called off after the involvement of senior Israeli and Swedish officials.
The toxic mix of far-right nationalists and PKK terror supporters is sowing seeds of hatred in Europe against both Muslims and Türkiye. And Sweden is sitting on a powder keg.
Prior to the January 21 Quran burning incident, rabid anti-Muslim Swedish politician Rasmus Paludan received a public dressing down in the city of Sodertalje, where he tried to set the holy book alight.
In a recent provocative act against Ankara, Rasmus Paludan, a controversial Danish far-right politician, was allowed to burn a copy of the Quran in front of the Turkish Embassy in the Swedish capital.
Turkish President Erdogan says no individual has the freedom to insult Islam or any other religion after an anti-Muslim leader was given permission from the Swedish government to burn a copy of the Quran.
In southeastern Mardin province, group of young people tour churches with roses in hand.
Some 250 people gather in Istanbul, holding flags and banners condemning "Sweden’s state-supported Islamophobia.”
Türkiye, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia lead Muslim world's outrage after Sweden allows notorious habitual offender Rasmus Paludan to burn copy of Holy Quran under "freedom of expression" guise.
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