Pakistan has raised its voice against the islamophobic activity that happened in Sweden on Monday during Easter.

 The foreign office of Pakistan has released a statement and said, "The international community needs to show a common resolve against xenophobia, intolerance, and incitement to violence based on religion or belief, and work together for promoting inter-faith harmony and peaceful co-existence."

The protest against this sentimental activity leads to riots causing 40+ injured people and loss of public property

The anti-Islamic rally has hurt the sentiments of over 1.5 billion Muslims worldwide. The government of Sweden and the Netherland must take effective steps to punish criminals.