41 Kuwait Parliamentarians urge a boycott of Sweden for allowing the burning of the Quran Featured

41 Kuwaiti parliamentarians have condemned, today, Tuesday, the Swedish government's approving a Danish extremist to burn a copy of the Noble Qur'an in the capital, Stockholm.

The Kuwaiti parliamentarians said, in a statement obtained by the “Al-Mujtama”: We, the members of the National Assembly, strongly denounce and condemn the burning of a copy of the Holy Qur’an in Sweden, in a repeated scene that shows the repeated and deliberate abuse to Islamic sanctities, and a flagrant violation of international rights, principles and covenants, and a provocation to the feelings of Muslims around the world. ". 

Kuwaiti parliamentarians also expressed their condemnation of the position of the Swedish government to allow this criminal act - as described in the statement - calling on parliamentarians in the world to denounce this barbaric act and called for a boycott of Sweden and every country that does not respect the principles of the Islamic nation.

The statement concluded by emphasizing that such actions will never undermine the sanctity of the Holy Qur’an in the heart of every civilized person, and the Qur’an will remain a guiding book for humanity, guiding the values of goodness and truth.

Last Saturday, the Danish extremist known for his racism towards Islam, Rasmus Paludan, burned a copy of the Holy Qur’an in front of the Turkish embassy in Stockholm after the Swedish authorities allowed him to do so under the pretext of freedom of expression.

This crime was met with widespread Islamic rejection, and official and popular reactions in the Arab and Islamic countries rejected the abuse of religious sanctities by extremists under the pretext of freedom of expression.