Denmark refused to grant citizenship to Syrian refugees

Denmark refused to grant citizenship to Syrian refugees
Denmark has denied citizenship and residence permits to refugees from Syria. In recent weeks, 94 Syrians have been reported to have their residence permits revoked. Therefore, they should explore their places of living in other countries. Due to terrorist incidents in Europe and increasing religious bigotry, many countries are now rethinking their decision to grant citizenship to refugees.

Denmark's Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod said civil war is still going on in many places in Syria, but there are many areas in the country where the situation is different. Despite opposition from the United Nations and Amnesty International, Danish authorities believe Syrian refugees are now able to return to many cities, including Damascus.

Kofod explained that Syrian refugees would also receive financial assistance if they returned to their country voluntarily. It would also prevent them from being forcibly deported. Denmark gives aid of 12 lakh to 24 lakh rupees to the refugees returning to their country. The Danish Foreign Minister also said that if these people return to their country, it will help in the reconstruction of Syria.

The United Nations Human Rights Council has opposed plans to revoke temporary residence permits for Syrian refugees. They believe that Syria is not yet a safe place for these people to live. UNSRC spokesman Elizabeth Hussund of Denmark said that the government feels that the situation in Syria is stable, but we do not see it anywhere. Hasund expressed concern about the apparent change in Danish refugee policy.

Earlier, Germany spoke of returning the perpetrators, but Denmark is the first European country to announce the sending of refugees. Experts say that Denmark's ruling center-left Social Democratic Party is adopting an anti-immigrant stance so that right-wing parties can accept it. In fact, Denmark has also launched a campaign to combat the growing Islamic fundamentalism in the country.

A Bill has also been introduced in Parliament recommending that the financing of mosques abroad be banned. The Bill states that mosques will be prevented from taking money from individuals, organizations and associations that oppose or restrict democratic values, fundamental freedoms, and human rights. In such a situation, it is believed that the government is taking steps to fight against right-wing parties.

Denmark has also taken action against the Imams promoting Sharia. At the same time, the Danish Foreign Ministry has summoned the ambassador as the Iranian embassy's connection to increase Islamic activities in the country is revealed. Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod has described Iranian interference in Danish law as unacceptable.

Denmark's national daily Berlingke revealed earlier this year that through its embassy in Denmark, Saudi Arabia financed the Taiba mosque in Copenhagen for about $ 790 million. This is the first case of Saudi Arabia that finances a Danish mosque. Since then, there has been a debate in the country about where Danish mosques get their property and which army controls them.

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