Arab and Muslim majority countries have been called to act decisively against Sweden for allowing the ongoing desecration of Islam’s holy book, the Qur’an.
Leader of Hezbollah Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says they are saddened by this new ugly act. The Lebanese resistance says what was witnessed is a provocation to the feelings of Muslims.
It comes as an Iraqi migrant in Sweden planned to burn the Quran for a second time. This time outside the Iraqi embassy.
Iraq has since expelled the Swedish ambassador and recalled its envoy from Stockholm in protest of the acts of sacrilege. Hundreds of Iraqis also stormed the Swedish embassy in the capital Baghdad and set part of it alight.
Sweden has been giving the greenlight for these anti-Islam attacks under the guise of freedom of expression.