The Finnish Police stated that the burning of the Holy Quran violates the “religious peace” and is a crime that should be punished in the country, and announced that the burning of the Quran will not be allowed in their country.
Waiting for Turkey’s approval for NATO membership and promising to take concrete steps in the fight against terrorism in the triple ahitname signed, Sweden first turned a blind eye to the provocation of PKK/YPG supporters targeting President Erdogan, and then turned a blind eye to the Turkish extreme right-wing politician Rasmus Paludan. He allowed him to burn the Quran in front of his embassy.
THEY HIDE BEHIND THE EXCUSE OF ‘FREE EXPRESSION’
Turkey’s reaction to both ugly events was harsh. While President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that he closed the NATO door to Sweden, Sweden hid behind the excuse of “freedom of expression” for both scandals.
While the debates continued in Sweden, Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish far-right Strict Direction Party, continued his provocations and burned the Quran in front of the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen on 27 January.
LESSON EXIT TO SWEDEN: WE DO NOT ALLOW THE BURNING OF THE QURAN
In the midst of all these developments, Finland left Sweden as a lesson yesterday and announced that it will not allow the Quran, the holy book of Islam, to be publicly burned inside Finland.
According to the news of Finnish News Agency STT, the Finnish Police stated that the burning of the Holy Quran violates the “religious peace” and is a crime that should be punished in the country.
THE POLICE ATTENDS
The police also stated in their statement that the police would intervene if any religious holy book was publicly burned or otherwise desecrated.
FINLAND’S APPLICATION CAN BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY
In his statement yesterday, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu stated that Finland ‘s application can be evaluated separately from Sweden And Said, “To distinguish between a problem country and a less problematic country will be a fair attitude in my opinion. We, as Turkey, NATO and these countries, if they take such a decision, We think that we can evaluate this separately. Our President also said, ‘We may have a different assessment on Finland compared to Sweden’