The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized the significance of concerted efforts to promote discussion, tolerance, and coexistence, denounce hatred, extremism, and exclusion, and avoid the abuse of all religions and sacred sites.
Meanwhile, the Arab Parliament issued a statement emphasizing its adamant rejection of utilizing the freedom of expression slogan to insult Islam and its sanctities, emphasizing that such abuses violate all religious values and principles, as well as basic human rights.
The Arab Parliament also urged for the enactment of international rules criminalizing individuals who encourage hatred, bigotry, and anti-Islam sentiment, emphasizing that abusing Islam and religious beliefs, in general, supports the agendas of extremists who reject tolerance.
Additionally, the parliament emphasized the necessity of collaborating with international efforts to propagate the ideals of discussion, tolerance, and peace, as well as to eradicate hatred, violence, and extremism, as well as to prohibit abuse of all religions and sacred sites.
Over a dozen people were hospitalized with injuries as a result of the incident, which sparked riots and similar unrest throughout southern Sweden.
According to worldwide media reports, violent riots in the Scandinavian nation were sparked by the anti-immigration and anti-Islam organization Hard Line, which is led by anti-Muslim politician Rasmus Paludan.
The Stram Kurs’ leader claims to have burned Islam’s holy book previously and wishes to do so again.
His announcement upset Muslims as he was displaying disrespect towards Quran despite being aware that it is deemed extremely disrespectful and has implications around the globe.