While Putin was complaining about Sweden, in Russia a man entered a mosque and set fire to the Quran. Video
In the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic (Russian Federation), a man broke into a mosque and tried to burn the Quran. He managed to set several scrolls on fire, but the fire was quickly extinguished.
The detainee explained his action by 'orders from an inner voice'. The incident took place in the village of Chegem II on the night of July 2, Russian media reported (to see the video, scroll to the end of the news).
The man, who was allegedly intoxicated, broke into the mosque, collected several copies of the Koran, doused them with gasoline, and set them on fire.
There were other people in the room who managed to quickly extinguish the fire.
The police are now working with the attacker. Authorities of the Chegemsky district assure that there is "no religious motive" in what happened.
It is noteworthy that in parallel, the Russian media published President Vladimir Putin's statement about the burning of the Quran in Sweden. "Peter the Great is not enough for them!" - said the dictator, coming out of a mosque in Derbent (Dagestan).
As we know, on June 28 in Sweden, a 37-year-old Iraqi refugee, a Muslim, Salwan Momika, burned a copy of the Quran in a square near the main mosque in Stockholm. This is the second such incident in the country: in January, a similar action took place near the Turkish embassy in Stockholm.
Swedish police found a Russian trace in the case.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov issued a fake about the burning of the Koran in Sweden by "fighters of the AFU" and promised a cash reward for "for the elimination" of the perpetrators.
- Chechnya stated that Kadyrov may be in death. His kidneys are allegedly practically failing, he has difficulty even talking, and the treatment is no longer helping.