ISLAMABAD- The Parliament today unanimously adopted a resolution tabled against blasphemous caricatures published in French weekly satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo .

The Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique tabled the resolution and read it out in the National Assembly . Treasury and opposition benches unanimously supported the resolution.

The resolution called upon the international community including Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the European Union (EU) to take action against publishing such material. "These cartoons are a conspiracy to create misunderstanding among civilizations," the resolution reads. The House maintained that such moves by Charlie Hebdo are against freedom of expression, and said "ridiculous religious material is condemnable."

Later, all parliamentarians of Senate and National Assembly marched on road in protest against blasphemous cartoon repeatedly published in the French weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo .

Last week, the magazine's offices in Paris were attacked by gunmen, killing 12 people in cold blood in the worst attack in France in decades. Victims included four prominent cartoonists, among them the editor-in-chief, Stephane Charbonnier, who had lived under police protection for years after receiving death threats.

The satirical newspaper gained notoriety in Feb 2006, when it reprinted sacrilegious cartoons that had originally appeared in Danish daily Jyllands-Posten. The cartoons set off a wave of violence in the Middle East, which claimed 50 lives. Its offices were fire-bombed in Nov 2011 when it published an objectionable sketch. Despite being taken to court under anti-racism laws, the weekly continued to publish controversial cartoons.

While last week's attack sparked global outrage. Dozens of people in Peshawar paid tribute on Tuesday to the brothers who carried out the murders.