This time the Koran was burned in Denmark, condemning Iraq

Two protesters burned Islam’s holy book, the Koran, in front of the Iraqi embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark on Monday. Iraq has condemned this incident. BBC news

Iraq’s foreign ministry has called on the authorities of European Union (EU) countries to immediately reconsider the protection of so-called freedom of speech and the right to protest.

Iraq also reported that the Danish staff of the Danish embassy in Baghdad had left the country. Denmark, however, says it has not withdrawn its envoy from Iraq.

Earlier, at the end of last month, there was a riot in Sweden over the burning of the Koran.

Two protesters who burned Qurans in Copenhagen on Monday claimed to be ‘Danish patriots’. Those who staged a similar protest last week and showed it all on social media Facebook Live.

Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have rallied in Baghdad to protest against the burning of Korans in the two Nordic countries.

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