Ex-Muslim Activist Salwan Momika, Famous for Quran Burnings, Found Dead in Norway

Momika had gained notoriety for burning the Quran on several occasions and openly challenging Islamic ideology. In a recent social media post

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Reports emerging from Norway have confirmed the tragic death of Salwan Momika, an Iraqi ex-Muslim known for his provocative actions against Islam. Momika, who had recently sought asylum in Norway after leaving Sweden, was reportedly found dead, sparking speculation about the circumstances surrounding his demise.

Momika had gained notoriety for burning the Quran on several occasions and openly challenging Islamic ideology. In a recent social media post, he announced his relocation to Norway and his application for asylum and protection from Norwegian authorities. He cited Sweden’s alleged refusal to grant asylum to individuals critical of Islam as the reason for his move.

In his statement, Momika expressed gratitude to the Swedish people while criticizing the authorities for what he perceived as persecution. He vowed to continue his fight against Islamic ideology despite facing opposition and adversity.

The news of Momika’s death has circulated widely on social media platforms, with multiple accounts reporting the discovery of his lifeless body in Norway. However, official confirmation from Norwegian authorities regarding the circumstances of his death is still awaited.

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