In a statement issued on Twitter, FO spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri further said:
"The rise of such Islamophobic occurrences goes against the spirit of any religion."
"Ensuring respect for religious beliefs of others is a collective responsibility and is absolutely critical for global peace and prosperity," Chaudhri added, the Dawn newspaper reported.
A day earlier, a riot broke out in the southern Swedish town of Malmo, where at least 300 people had gathered to protest against anti-Islam activities, police said.
Protesters were throwing objects at police officers and car tires had been set on fire, a police spokesman said. Earlier in the day, a copy of the Quran had been burned in Malmo by right-wing extremists.
The demonstrations had escalated in the same place where the Quran had been burned, the spokesman added.
Daily Aftonbladet said several anti-Islam activities had taken place in Malmo on Friday, including three men kicking a copy of the Quran between them in a public square.
Meanwhile, at an anti-Islam protest on Saturday in Oslo, Norway — held by the far-right group Stop the Islamization of Norway (SION) — a protester tore out pages of the Quran and spat on them.