Shia leaders condemn sacrilege of Holy Quran in Norway and demanded Pakistan government strongly protest with Norwegian government.
Shia leaders condemn sacrilege
Desecration of Holy Quran in Norwegian city of Kristiansand has shocked and saddened Shia Muslims across Pakistan. They have held protest rallies and demo across the country to slam the balshemers.
Furthermore, Allama Baqir Abbas Zaidi demanded Pakistan government to break-off relations with Norwegian government.
He also demanded Pakistan should expel Norway ambassador as a sign of protest.
Shia Ulema Council
Meanwhile, SUC leader Allama Shabbir Maisami also condemned the sacrilege of Holy Quran in Norway.
Moreover, he slammed the Norway government for not taking precautionary measures against the blasphemers.
He urged human rights organisations to work against Islamophobia in Norway and other Western countries.
Pakistan summons Norwegian ambassador
Meanwhile, the Foreign Office on Saturday summoned the ambassador of Norway to convey the “deep concern” of the government and people of Pakistan.
During the meeting, Pakistan conveyed condemnation. The FO said that such actions hurt the sentiments of 1.3 billion Muslims around the world, including those in Pakistan. These cannot be justified in the name of freedom of expression.