The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will hold an high-quality virtual session for the Council of Foreign Ministers of member states (CFM) on July 31 to speak about the repeated incidents of desecration and burning of copies of the Holy Quran in Sweden and Denmark.This session has been convened on the request of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Chair of the 14th Islamic Summit, and the Republic of Iraq.
The urgent assembly of ministers has been called in reaction to the very last statement issued through the OIC Executive Committee after an high-quality assembly held at the OIC General Secretariat in Jeddah on July 02, this 12 months.
The declaration addressed the burning of a copy of the Holy Quran in Sweden and known as for high-stage emergency conferences as wished.The meeting is being held thinking about the OIC Secretary-General Hissein Brahim Taha’s consultations with the member states concerning the implementation of the final announcement issued by using the Executive Committee.
Further measures are also being taken into consideration in reaction to the repeated provocative actions that represent deliberate non secular hatred and intolerance.
The some distance-proper institution Danske Patrioter on Monday published a video wherein a man is seen desecrating and burning what appeared to be the Holy Quran.
It become just the modern day such incident to stir anger in the Muslim world. Saudi Arabia, domestic to the holy cities of Makkah and Madina, has also denounced protests by means of a Sweden-based totally Iraqi refugee who last month burned pages of the Holy Quran outside Stockholm’s foremost mosque.In a separate protest ultimate week, a refugee, Salwan Momika, stepped on the Holy Quran but did now not burn it, prompting Riyadh handy a protest note to the Swedish rate d’affaires.
Pakistan and Egypt have additionally persisted their condemnation of successive acts of sacrilege across Europe, that have sparked tremendous anger and condemnation within the Muslim global.
Pakistan slammed the desecration of the Muslim holy e-book, in addition to the dishonouring of its countrywide flag, outdoor its embassy in Copenhagen.
Last month, fundamental protests befell outside of the Swedish embassy in Baghdad in the aftermath of that burning, with protesters breaching the embassy grounds on one event.
The governments of several Muslim nations, together with Iraq, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Morocco issued protests approximately the incident, with Iraq seeking the man’s extradition to stand trial within the united states of america.