Burning the Qur’an in Sweden: “billionaires’ anger” and a campaign to boycott Swedish products tops the communication sites

Demonstrations took place in a number of Arab and Islamic countries to condemn the burning of a copy of the Holy Qur’an in Sweden

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Demonstrations took place in a number of Arab and Islamic countries to condemn the burning of a copy of the Holy Qur’an in Sweden

Condemning and angry reactions continue to follow about the burning of copies of the Qur’an in Sweden, especially on social media.

There is unrelenting controversy and anger on electronic platforms in the Islamic world, which is matched by attempts to calm down by Swedish pages speaking in Arabic and other languages.

There have been calls for a boycott of Swedish products through many hashtags, most notably “billionaires’ anger at the burning of the Qur’an”, “boycott of Swedish products”, and “expulsion of the Swedish ambassador”.

formal denunciations

These calls were accompanied by official statements of condemnation from prominent institutions, including the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Al-Azhar University, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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