First Denmark, then Sweden, now Norway: Anti-Islam protest in Oslo ends with ripping pages from a quran by patriots of a group called ‘STOP THE ISLAMIZATION OF NORWAY (SIAN)’
Sputnik News (h/t Martin) On the heels of violent riots that broke out in Sweden, following the burning of a quran during a demonstration organized by an anti-Islam group in the city of Malmo, Norwegian law enforcement is bracing for another night of riots and asked authorities for reinforcement.
One person was reportedly injured and 20 arrested following a protest in the Norwegian capital Oslo, organized by a group called “Stop Islamization of Norway” or SIAN. Tensions escalated after a demonstrator started tearing pages from a Koran, the sacred text of the Islamic faith.
Fights occurred between SIAN demonstrators and (Muslim) counter protesters, who bypassed a police perimeter as well as between counter-protesters and law enforcement officers, when the former tried to remove police barricades.
Initially the demonstrators on both sides behaved peacefully with people chanted slogans. The situation escalated after the leader of the SIAN group denounced an Islamic religious figure, the prophet Muhammad.
Protests in Oslo come as Malmo, Sweden’s third-largest city, on Friday saw violence after a Danish anti-islamization group, Stram Kurs, filmed the burning of a Koran in a public park. After the video was posted online more than 300
people Muslims gathered in the city to voice their anger. The demonstration quickly turned violent with people Muslim burning tires, throwing stones and fireworks at police.
A large fire occurred in an underground parking garage, as well. Following the riots, city police asked Norwegian authorities for reinforcements as they said they had “no control” over the situation.
The below video is from 2012 and shows the horrors of mass Muslim immigration on schools when Muslim migrant children start to outnumber native Norwegian students, and the abuse they are subjected to in these schools. I can only imagine how much worse it is now.