More than 50 people started a peaceful protest in Maxwell Drive, in the South Side.
The group, which included people of all faiths, stood outside the Pakistan Consulate from 10am and listened to speeches by community leaders.
It came after a Christian neighbourhood was torched in the Pakistani city of Lahore earlier this month, in connection with the country's controversial anti-blasphemy law.
Protests have been taking place across Pakistan and the world over the attacks.
Glasgow community figure Amjad Ayub Mirza said: "We are trying to make people aware about the situation.
"A motion should be passed in Scottish Government in condemnation of these attacks and the blasphemy law."