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Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Mars 2023
Security Minister Tom Tugendhat said Rasmus Paludan, the founder of the anti-Islam Stram Kurs party, had been added to Britain's watch list. The incident happened after Paludan said he was planning to burn the holy book of the Koran in a public square in the West Yorkshire town this week.
Paludan took the initiative after four students at Wakefield School were suspended for damaging a copy of the Koran. In a video posted on Twitter on Sunday, Paludan said he would travel to the city to "fight" against "undemocratic forces".
He claimed he intended to burn the Koran on Wednesday to coincide with the start of Ramadan. Paludan has held several previous demonstrations in which the Muslim holy book was burned, some of which led to violent demonstrations. In January, he set fire to a copy of the Koran in front of the Turkish embassy in Stockholm. The act has become part of a diplomatic row between Turkey and Sweden, with Turkey now blocking Sweden's bid for NATO membership.
The Security Minister told the Lower House of Parliament that his intervention came after expressing concern about a possible visit by Paludan on Monday.
"Danish Islamophobic far-right politician Rasmus Paludan said he would travel from Denmark to Wakefield, with the sole purpose of burning the Koran in a public place. Paludan has previously been imprisoned in Denmark for his hateful and racist statements. He is a dangerous man who should not be allowed in this country," said Simon Lightwood, Labor MP.
A reply soon arrived from the British Ministry of Security, that Paludan would be banned from coming to Britain, and that "his travel would not be conducive to the public good".