Khartoum, April 20 (SUNA) - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned, in the strongest terms, the burning of copies of the Holy Qur’an by some extremists in Sweden, a matter which is considered a deliberate insult, aggressive behavior and disregard for the feelings of the Muslims during the holy month of Ramadan.

In a press statement issued on Wednesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that the limits of freedom of expression should not allow the infringement of the rights of others and provoke their feelings in a way that contradicts with all the religious values and principles, human rights principles and the fundamental freedoms stipulated in treaties and charters, and should not fuel the feelings of hatred and violence and undermines the peaceful coexistence.

The Ministry has warned of the danger of methods of inciting hatred, provoking the religious feelings, inflaming the feelings of hostility and division in societies and offending the values of freedom and serve only the agendas of extremism and counter-extremism.

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