Audio recordings of Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish far-right Strict Trend party, who burned Qurans under police protection in Sweden and Denmark, emerged from sexually explicit conversations with children.
According to TRT World news, Paludan, despite knowing he was under the age of 18, spoke to children with sexual content via social media platform Discord.
According to the audio recordings, Paludan makes disturbing and sexually charged conversations in these conversations, which include scenarios such as a teacher sexually molesting a child in front of the classroom.
He also heard that the speakers in one of the group chats told Paludan their ages were between 13 and 17, and when asked about his age, he answered 39.
While the age of consent in Sweden was 15, Paludan continued his sexually explicit conversations with 13- to 14-year-olds on the Discord platform.
In a conversation recorded on August 11, 2021, Paludan claimed that one of the participants had sex behind a grocery store. When prompted, the child named User 1 said, “I don’t work in the marketplace and I’m 14.” gave the answer.
In another group chat, Paludan told the kids he was walking around the kitchen naked.
Paludan once told his children, “Why doesn’t he like Islam” to the boys, to whom he advocates chatting with the purpose of “teaching” or “explaining” the religion of Islam.
Paludan, who began using Discord after his YouTube account was closed in February 2022, received 14 penalties, including racism, defamation and traffic fines, while no legal action was taken for his sexually explicit conversations.
Burning of the Holy Quran in Sweden and Denmark
No one was allowed to approach Rasmus Paludan, who burned the Koran under police protection in front of the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm on January 21 in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.
Many Islamic countries, especially Turkey, responded to the Swedish government’s permission to burn the Qur’an in Paludan.
Paludan burned the Koran in front of the mosque and in front of the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen on January 27 in Denmark.
Edwin Wagensfeld, leader of the Movement of Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (PEGIDA) in the Netherlands, tore up the Koran in The Hague.
Attacks on the Quran are protested in Turkey and many countries, such as Sweden, the Netherlands and Denmark.
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