Diplomats from Muslim nations decided on Friday to raise their voice at all international forums — including the UN — against online sacrilege against the Islamic faith on the internet.

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https://tribune.com.pk/story/1365063/muslim-world-raise-online-sacrilege-un/

Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan hosted the ambassadors of Islamic countries at the Punjab House in Islamabad in an effort to work out a joint policy to counter online anti-Islam material.

The meeting had one-point agenda: to discuss blasphemous content on social media and how to effectively raise voice against the madness unleashed against Islam and its revered religious figures in the name of freedom of expression.

The participants were unanimous that “the [Muslim] Ummah is united to protect the sanctity and dignity of the religion and the Holy Prophet (pbuh)”.
They decided that a comprehensive strategy paper, encompassing all legal and technical aspects would be circulated by Pakistan’s foreign ministry among the ambassadors of the Muslim countries which they would be sharing with their governments to evolve a future plan of action.

Diplomats from Muslim nations decided on Friday to raise their voice at all international forums — including the UN — against online sacrilege against the Islamic faith on the internet.

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