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The head of Pakistan supports Putin on the inadmissibility of insulting someone else's religion

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed support for the statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin who called insults to the feelings of believers inadmissible, including cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

"I welcome the statement by President Putin, which confirms my message that insulting our Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is not an" expression of freedom, "Imran Khan's comment on the official account reports TASS.

Recall that during the annual press conference, Vladimir Putin said that insulting the Prophet Muhammad and posting photographs of the Nazis on the website of the Immortal Regiment is not freedom of creativity. He called the cartoons of the prophet a violation of freedom of religion and a violation of "the holy feelings of people who profess Islam."

The head of Pakistan supports Putin on the inadmissibility of insulting someone else's religion