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Undeterred, Danish Anti-Islam Group Burns Al-Quran 3 Days in a Row




Undeterred, Danish Anti-Islam Group Burns Al-Quran 3 Days in a Row. The anti-Islam group Danske Patrioter (Patriot Denmark) again burned the Koran in front of the Turkish Embassy mosque in Copenhagen. Wednesday (2/8/2023).

Citing an Anadolu Agency report, Thursday (3/8/2023), this was the third action by the. Danish Patriots for three consecutive days and the second action near the Turkish Embassy.

In a third rally under the protection of local police, members of the group shouted slogans against Islam in front of the embassy and unfurled anti-Islam banners and called for a boycott of Turkish products.

The first action occurred on Monday, where they burned copies of the Koran in front of the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Copenhagen.

The second and third actions took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, where members of the. Danish Patriots burned Al-Qur’ans in front of the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen.

Members of the group also live-streamed their actions on social media.

They also claimed to have burnt a book allegedly written by the. Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, at the same location.

They had trampled on a copy of the Koran when police forces arrested them.

The insult to the holy book of Islam occurred after 57 Muslim-majority countries from the. Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) discussed how to stop the burning of the Koran in Western countries.

“It seems we have to burn more Korans”, said the social media account of the. Danish Patriot group in response to the OIC’s online meeting held on Monday.

Separately, on Monday, refugees from Iraq

Salwan Momika, again burned copies of the Koran in front of the Swedish Parliament and demanded that Islam be banned in the country.

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The Danish government

Said on Monday it was taking note of the OIC’s latest declaration following its recent series of blasphemy against the Koran, saying it would continue close dialogue with the group’s member states.

“Denmark condemns the recent burning of the Koran and is exploring the possibility of interfering in the special situation of Danish freedom of expression,” Danish Foreign Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen wrote on Twitter.

In recent months there have been repeated acts of burning or defamation of copies of the Koran or attempts to do so by Islamophobic figures or groups, especially in northern European and Nordic countries.

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an Australian community founded on racial looks to the future




Australian Community

Cherbourg, which was established on Wakka Wakka territory, has a current slogan of “many tribes. One Australian community that represents the diverse ethnic backgrounds of its 1,700 inhabitants. Some of whom were originally compelled to live there due to segregation laws.

According to the Queensland government, more than 2,600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Were forcefully relocated from their land to Cherbourg, which was once known as Barambah, between 1905 and 1971.

Australian community

Under a rule that mandated the expulsion of Indigenous people from their ancestral lands in order to house and educate. Them according to colonial standards, some were taken barefoot across the Australian bush by colonial settlers.

Residents of the old government reserve now live in tidy rows of one-story homes. Paying rent to a council whose goal it is to create a vibrant neighborhood where people want to live. So far, it appears to be successful.

The CEO of the Cherbourg Council, Chatur Zala, stated that there are about 260 people on the waiting list. “Since our rent is so affordable, there is a big demand for social housing.

For those in Cherbourg, life has altered, but there is still a gap between non-Indigenous and Indigenous Australians on a variety of metrics, including infant mortality, employment, suicide, and jail.

On October 14, the entire nation will vote on a proposal made by indigenous people that they believe could help reduce the gap.

By voting yes, First Nations people would be acknowledged in the constitution and a voice to parliament would be established to advise the government on matters pertaining to them. Nothing would change if you voted no.

What are Cherbourg residents’ thoughts on what is being hailed as a historic step for Indigenous reconciliation given that Cherbourg was founded on practices of segregation and assimilation?

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Biden warns Trump movement is a threat to American democracy




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In a significant speech on Thursday, President Joe Biden delivered frank fresh warnings about ongoing threats to American democracy. Honing the main point of his possible rematch with Donald Trump and pleading with voters to give the health of American institutions top priority.

Biden remark during his speech in Arizona, where he was also paying tribute to his buddy, the late Republican Sen. John McCain, “There’s something dangerous happening in America right now.” The MAGA movement is an extremist movement that disagrees with the fundamental principles of our democracy.

American Democracy

He use the abbreviation for Trump political movement, saying, “There’s no doubt that today’s Republican Party is drive and intimate by MAGA Republican extremists. If implement, their radical agenda will change American democracy’s institutions as we currently know them.

Since the former president was criminally charged for his attempts to tamper with the results of the 2020 election, Biden’s stern statement was his most powerful attempt to call out Trump’s anti democratic activities. It gave a preview of Biden’s upcoming reelection speech, which would focus on Trump’s own statements and deeds as threats to democracy. According to Biden, his predecessor was motivate by “vengeance and vindictiveness” rather than the Constitution or morality.

Biden largely remained silent on his predecessor throughout the wave of charges and arrests because he was reluctant to appear to meddle in Justice Department matters. His caustic comments regarding Trump’s mugshot in the Fulton County, Georgia, lawsuit was his most significant response to Trump’s numerous legal difficulties.

But as long as Trump maintains his lead in the Republican primary and as long as Biden’s own popularity is mire in low levels. The president is intensifying his attacks on his most likely 2024 as a threat to democracy. The address on Thursday was yet another indication that it is no longer necessary to try to keep Trump at a distance.

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African Republic sees in the future for Wagner after Prgozhin





Yevgeny Prigozhin, the former head of Wagner, visited la Maison Russe, or the Russian House. Cultural facility close to the Russian embassy in the city last month. On his last trip to the Central African Republic (CAR) where he took selfies with residents and his lieutenants.

The institute, with its wide range of activities, is a clear illustration of how the mercenary organization has replaced the Russian state in the nation and a representation of the difficulties Vladimir Putin would face in regaining control.

Russia has been involved in a high-stakes race to consolidate Prigozhin’s empire on the African continent since his failed coup attempt in June and subsequent death in a plane crash outside of Moscow two months later. This empire consists of thousands of fighters, a vast array of business holdings, and numerous soft power initiatives like this one.


What comes next for the group is unknown as the Kremlin tries to contain Wagner’s extensive business network. However, Bangui is starting to show glimpses of what the future might hold for the CAR, one of the organization’s earliest client states and its laboratory on the continent. Here, it appears that Russia is maintaining its influence while consolidating Wagner’s operations. It appears that Moscow wants to convey the message that everything will continue as normal.

The dominance of Russia is evident everywhere. Locals consume Wa-Na-Wa vodka and Africa Ti L’Or beer in roadside bars owned by a company connected to Wagner. Fighter jets donated by Russia are currently flying missions overhead.

A Russian tricolor flag flutters above the cultural center. A carousel with an onion dome on top swings in the courtyard outside.

“The Maison Russe is the nerve center of all of Wagner’s activities in the Central African Republic,” Nathalia Dukhan, a senior investigator at The Sentry, a US NGO that has tracked Wagner around the nation, stated.

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