Regard him ‘defender of Allah’s Islam’
A Palestinian man identified as Qusay Rasheed, who risked his life, jumped over a fence and prevented a copy of the noble Qur’an from burning, in the anti-islam protest in Norway, has won over millions of hearts.
Many Muslim netizens on social media are now regarding him as the defender of Allah’s Islam.
The boldness and courage of this hero, who accosted the leader of anti Islam protesters that was burning Holy Qur’an in front of hundreds of people in Norway; is widely appreciated.
Rasheed (other sources call him Ilyas) is now a social media sensation, with thousands of users regarding him as the hero and one of the greatest defenders of Islam in modern times.
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Desecration of the Noble Qur’an 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 Qur’an, 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. That was when the police intervened to stop the brawl.
SOME OF THE COMMENTS
This isn’t freedom of expression but of hate and ignorance. So shameful these people are. – Alian Ray
He is a brave guy who jumped between anti Muslim people alone. – MOS Transistor
They want to depress Islam but listen Islam will enter every home. Insha Allah. – Night mare
Now world need to understand that for Muslims, their religion is more important than their life. – MN Aslam
This is not freedom of speech to hurt any religious group’s feelings. – Sweet studio
This is a real hero. Now tell the world Muslims can’t compromise their religion. We love our Prophet, our Holy QURAN and our Faith…. – UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINMENT
This type of acts will destroy peace in the world, we should respect every religion and all holy books. – Shehzad Sohail