Iran (IP) - People throughout Iran protested against the setting fire to the Holy Quran in Sweden and the French magazine's insulting act in republishing blasphemous cartoons of Islam's Holy Prophet (PBUH).

Iran PressIran News: Iranian people expressed their heartfelt hatred and disgust on Thursday for the blatant insult to the Holy Quran and Holy Prophet of Islam, Mohammad (PBUH) in the Western countries and condemned the humiliating silence of the French politicians under the pretext of freedom of expression.

In a brazen act, the French magazine Charlie Hebdo recently republished controversial insulting cartoons about the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH).

A volume of the Holy Quran was also set on fire by Swedish far-right groups in Malmö city on August 28 during an illegal and unlicensed anti-Islamic demonstration. 

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