Erdogan from India: Insulting the Sanctities of Muslims is Unacceptable Featured

Mutual Respect and Coexistence
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey recently spoke at the G20 summit in New Delhi, India, where he emphasized the importance of mutual respect and coexistence. He expressed his concerns about hate crimes, discrimination, Islamophobia, and xenophobia, stating that these should not be tolerated. Instead, he called for a culture of understanding and respect to prevail.

Attacks on Sanctities
President Erdogan strongly condemned the frequent attacks on the sanctities of two billion Muslims worldwide. He argued that these attacks, often disguised as freedom of expression, are unacceptable. Insulting the most sacred values of such a large population on a daily basis is simply not right.

Continued Dismissive Position
Turkey will continue to express its dismissive position on this issue, according to President Erdogan. The country will not tolerate the disrespect shown towards the beliefs and values of Muslims.

Recent Incidents
In recent times, there have been incidents of right-wing extremists insulting the Holy Quran in front of embassies of Islamic countries in Sweden and Denmark. These actions have sparked anger among Arab and Islamic communities, leading to official reactions and summoning of diplomats in several Arab countries.