The man who jumped of the fence and saved the Holy Quran from burning, in the anti-islam protest in Norway, have won millions of hearts, now being regarded as the defender of Allah’s Islam.
The boldness and courage of this hero who is called to be Ilyas and attacked a protestor that was burning Holy Quran in front of hundreds of people in Norway; is widely appreciated.
Ilyas is now a social media sensation, and users are regarding him as the hero and one of the greatest defenders of Islam in modern times.
This man (ILYAS) attacked a man who was burning Holy Quran in front of hundreds of people in Norway. He's our hero. May Allah bless this man and all Muslims with more boldness and courage. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/mNJrM3js9t
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— حبیب اللہ رضوی ❤😍 (@Habibul58400508) November 22, 2019
— Muhammad Saifullah (@saifee_96) November 22, 2019
— Jahanzaib Khan Mayo (@JahanzaibKhanM4) November 22, 2019
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Desecration of the holy Quran in the largely Muslim-populated area of Kristiansand by a Norwegian far-right group sparked outrage and condemnation by Muslim nations.
‘Stop Islamization of Norway’ (SIAN) protest took a violent turn after the group’s leader Lars Thorsen tried to burn a copy of the holy Quran, leading to a brawl between the leader and the counter-protesters.
In a video that has surfaced online, Thorsen is seen flicking the book aside, when a man approaches him aggressively, grabs him and tries to kick him. It is when the police intervened to stop the brawl.
Pakistan and Turkey have voiced strong condemnation to the Norwegian authorities, urging to take strict action against blasphemy act.
In his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Faisal said the Muslims respect other religions and they expect the followers of other religions to also respect their religious sentiments.
In a written statement, the Turkish Foreign Ministry called on Norwegian authorities to stop anti-Muslim and xenophobic attacks, adding that Turkey is “expecting those responsible to be brought to justice as soon as possible.”