The prime minister stated on Twitter that this is the third consecutive event of this nature, and the civilised world should forcefully condemn it.
The necessity for international cooperation to combat Islamophobia, according to the prime minister, has never been greater. We are severely injured, he remarked.
The highly offensive desecration of the Holy Quran by a Danish politician is the third such incident in a row that should be strongly condemned by the civilised world. The need for global unity to fight Islamophobia couldn’t be more urgent than it is now. We are deeply hurt.
— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) January 29, 2023
The same Islamophobe who performed a similar atrocity in Sweden a few days previously desecrated the Holy Quran in Denmark, and the Foreign Office severely condemned that conduct a day earlier.
Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch issued a statement that said, in part, “This repetition of the disgusting conduct leaves little doubt in the minds of Muslims around the world that freedom of expression is being flagrantly misused to preach religious hatred and incitement to violence.”
The official stated that the Danish authorities had been informed of Pakistan’s worries.
Following Friday prayers, tens of thousands of people demonstrated around the nation to express outrage over attacks on the Holy Quran in Sweden and the Netherlands.