“The Quran will burn in Rosengård,” added the Stram Kurs Party, Denmark’s hardline nationalist party.
Paludan said burning the Quran in his country last year was part of his right to freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Because of this action, he was several times the target of attacks and assassination attempts.
Rasmus Paludan, Danish Politicians Plan to Burn Quran in Sweden. The burning of the Muslim holy book will later take place at a mosque in the Rosengard district, which is said to be a place for Muslim immigrants to Sweden.
Paludan has been known to be fond of anti-Islam campaigning in a number of countries. He claimed this time he was invited by Dan Park street artists in Sweden. Paludan said the move was an act of defending the Swedish people from Islamization.
Meanwhile, the Hardline Party is gaining votes for the seats in Parliament. This is inseparable from the controversy of Rasmus Paludan, who has always campaigned against Islam. The Hardline Party saw Paludan action as freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
(rls / red Perdananews.com)