He has repeated his act of blasphemy on Thursday in the Muslim-populated Frölunda, Boras and Trollhättan regions of the southwestern province of Västergötland.
According to Anadolu Agency, some 100 police officers and intelligence forces also accompanied Paludan to protect him from possible demonstrators.
Paludan has been burning the holy book in various cities in Denmark and Sweden since 2017.
He continued his provocations under police protection during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan this year near Muslim-populated neighborhoods and mosques.
The continuous acts of blasphemy by the far-right politician has been strongly and widely condemned by Muslims from across the world.
Different Swedish cities have witnessed widespread protests against the anti-Muslim and Islamophobic measures and also the government’s failure to address the issue.
The Swedish government had allowed initial Islamophobic rallies under the pretext of free speech. However, experts believe that insulting the sanctities of some two billion people across the world cannot be justified with that.