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Denmark's parliament adopts a law making it illegal to burn the Quran or other religious texts

  • Denmark's parliament has passed a law banning the "inappropriate treatment" of religious texts, including the Quran, in response to protests and burnings.
  • The law, which criminalizes the public burning, tearing, or defiling of holy texts, was approved with 94 votes in favor and 77 opposed. Offenders face fines or up to two years in prison.
  • The neighboring country of Sweden is also considering a similar bill due to Quran burnings and a worsening security situation. Both Denmark and Sweden have abolished blasphemy laws.
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