Following this, Pakistan and Palestine called for a special meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council. The meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council began on Tuesday. The member states of the organization participated in the special meeting of the organization. A resolution on spreading religious hatred was passed on Wednesday. in the country

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari joined the meeting through video conference and said that what happened in Sweden was Islamophobia.

The speech is increasing, the use of people around the world is increasing, inciting violence. The representatives of the Muslim world said that the Holy Qur'an is very emotional for Muslims. The Qur'an insult hurts

the religious sentiments of Muslims and such incidents cannot be accepted in any way.

The head of the United Nations human rights organization UNHRC Kolkata said that hatred of Muslims, hatred of Islam, hatred of Jews or hateful comments about Christians are not acceptable in any way.

Similarly, UNHRC ordered to warn people against the abuse of freedom of speech and hateful behavior against other minority communities. Must do.