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Middle East - In Photos: Muslims Around The Globe Rage Over Anti-Islam Film

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Afghan demonstrator hold an effigy of US President during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012.  EPA/ABDUL MUEEDAfghan demonstrator hold an effigy of US President during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012.  EPA/ABDUL MUEED

Middle East - Tens Of Thousands of angry Muslims in many Islamic countries protested Friday against an anti-Islam film, burning U.S. flags and calling President Barack Obama a “terrorist.

The low-budget film “Innocence of Muslims” produced by a filmmaker in the United States ridicules Islam and depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman.

U.S. and Israeli flags were burned at many of the protests across the Muslim-majority regions.

Lebanese army soldiers with their armored personnel carrier, stand guard outside a Burger King as part of stepped up security measures in the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Saturday Sept. 15, 2012. Angry protesters attacked on Friday a Hardees and Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets in Tripoli north Lebanon to protest against a movie that insults Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Lebanese army soldiers with their armored personnel carrier, stand guard outside a Burger King as part of stepped up security measures in the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Saturday Sept. 15, 2012. Angry protesters attacked on Friday a Hardees and Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets in Tripoli north Lebanon to protest against a movie that insults Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Afghans shout anti-U.S. slogans in the city of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 during a protest against an anti-Islam film which depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Afghans shout anti-U.S. slogans in the city of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 during a protest against an anti-Islam film which depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
An Egyptian protester stomps on the roof of a car in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, early Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, before police cleared the area after days of protests against a film ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad. Egyptian police on Saturday cleared out protesters who have been clashing with security forces for the past four days near the U.S. Embassy as most cities around the Muslim world reported calm a day after at least six people were killed in a wave of angry protests over an anti-Islam film.(AP Photo) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)An Egyptian protester stomps on the roof of a car in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, early Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, before police cleared the area after days of protests against a film ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad. Egyptian police on Saturday cleared out protesters who have been clashing with security forces for the past four days near the U.S. Embassy as most cities around the Muslim world reported calm a day after at least six people were killed in a wave of angry protests over an anti-Islam film.(AP Photo) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Indian muslim women shout slogans against United States of America following the making of a film in US called "Innocence of Muslims" which ridicules Islam's Prophet Muhammad in Chennai, India, 15 September 2012. Muslim protestors tried to move towards US embassy in chennai and also expressed their rejection to the 'Innocence of Muslims' film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)Indian muslim women shout slogans against United States of America following the making of a film in US called "Innocence of Muslims" which ridicules Islam’s Prophet Muhammad in Chennai, India, 15 September 2012. Muslim protestors tried to move towards US embassy in chennai and also expressed their rejection to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)
People burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general "calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue," the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)People burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general "calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue," the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni mourners carry the coffin of a protester who was killed two days ago during clashes with security forces at the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 15 September 2012. According to media reports, at least four people were killed when hundreds of Yemeni protesters angry at a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed stormed the US embassy on 13 September. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni mourners carry the coffin of a protester who was killed two days ago during clashes with security forces at the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 15 September 2012. According to media reports, at least four people were killed when hundreds of Yemeni protesters angry at a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed stormed the US embassy on 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri students shout slogans during a protest, against the controversial anti-Islam US made film, in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 15 September 2012. Reports state that dozens of college students took to streets in Srinagar and other towns to protest against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Kashmiri students shout slogans during a protest, against the controversial anti-Islam US made film, in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 15 September 2012. Reports state that dozens of college students took to streets in Srinagar and other towns to protest against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
People burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general "calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue," the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)People burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general "calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue," the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
People hold banner as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general "calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue," the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)People hold banner as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general "calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue," the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Jamiat Ittehad Ulma, a religous group burn a mock of a US flag during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Jamiat Ittehad Ulma, a religous group burn a mock of a US flag during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 15 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Indonesian Muslim activists hold placards during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia 15 September 2012. Hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Indonesian Muslim activists hold placards during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia 15 September 2012. Hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Turkish demostrators burn an Israeli and an US flag during a protest against an anti-Islam video in Istanbul, Turkey 14 September 2012. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on the Muslim world show restraint in the face of an anti-Islam film blamed for sparking violent protests in Egypt and deadly attacks against US diplomats in Libya. (Credit: EPA)Turkish demostrators burn an Israeli and an US flag during a protest against an anti-Islam video in Istanbul, Turkey 14 September 2012. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on the Muslim world show restraint in the face of an anti-Islam film blamed for sparking violent protests in Egypt and deadly attacks against US diplomats in Libya. (Credit: EPA)
A picture made available on 16 September 2012 shows police arresting a protestor demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, Australia, 15 September 2012. More than 100 policemen have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like 'Behead all those who insult the Prophet'. (Credit: EPA)A picture made available on 16 September 2012 shows police arresting a protestor demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, Australia, 15 September 2012. More than 100 policemen have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like ‘Behead all those who insult the Prophet’. (Credit: EPA)
A picture made available on 16 September 2012 shows police arresting a protestor demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, Australia, 15 September 2012. More than 100 policemen have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like 'Behead all those who insult the Prophet'. (Credit: EPA)A picture made available on 16 September 2012 shows police arresting a protestor demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, Australia, 15 September 2012. More than 100 policemen have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like ‘Behead all those who insult the Prophet’. (Credit: EPA)
A picture made available on 16 September 2012 shows protestors carrying an injured man after demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, Australia, 15 September 2012. More than 100 policemen have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like 'Behead all those who insult the Prophet'. (Credit: EPA)A picture made available on 16 September 2012 shows protestors carrying an injured man after demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, Australia, 15 September 2012. More than 100 policemen have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like ‘Behead all those who insult the Prophet’. (Credit: EPA)
Police confront a group of protestors demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, 15 September 2012. More than 100 police have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like 'Behead all those who insult the Prophet'. (Credit: EPA)Police confront a group of protestors demonstrating against an anti-Islam video in Sydney, 15 September 2012. More than 100 police have formed a ring around throngs of protesters in Hyde Park, who are carrying banners bearing slogans like ‘Behead all those who insult the Prophet’. (Credit: EPA)
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton attend the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton attend the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walk back to their seats after speaking during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. Behind them at right is one of the flag draped transfer cases of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walk back to their seats after speaking during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. Behind them at right is one of the flag draped transfer cases of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Carry teams move flag draped transfer cases of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya, from a transport plane during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Carry teams move flag draped transfer cases of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya, from a transport plane during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Carry teams move flag draped transfer cases of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya, from a transport plane during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Carry teams move flag draped transfer cases of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya, from a transport plane during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
A handout picture provided by NASA of members of the US Navy ceremonial guard holding an US flag over the cremains of Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong during a burial at sea service aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)A handout picture provided by NASA of members of the US Navy ceremonial guard holding an US flag over the cremains of Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong during a burial at sea service aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)
Carol Armstrong (L), widow of Neil Armstrong, Eric "Rick" Armstrong, son of Neil Armstrong, and other family members are seen bowing their heads during the Armstrong burial at sea service aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58), in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)Carol Armstrong (L), widow of Neil Armstrong, Eric "Rick" Armstrong, son of Neil Armstrong, and other family members are seen bowing their heads during the Armstrong burial at sea service aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58), in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)
US Navy personnel carry the cremains of Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong during a burial at sea service aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58), in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)US Navy personnel carry the cremains of Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong during a burial at sea service aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58), in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)
US Navy Captain Steve Shinego (R), commanding officer of the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58), presents the US flag to Carol Armstrong following the burial at sea service for her husband Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)US Navy Captain Steve Shinego (R), commanding officer of the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58), presents the US flag to Carol Armstrong following the burial at sea service for her husband Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong aboard the USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 September 2012. Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, died Saturday, Aug. 25. He was 82. (Credit: EPA)
Protesters hold a large banner with the word 'Democracy', during an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the 'Innocence of Muslims' film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)Protesters hold a large banner with the word ‘Democracy’, during an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)
Placards demanding democratic reforms are placed by protesters on barbed wires in front of a police fort under construction, following an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the 'Innocence of Muslims' film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)Placards demanding democratic reforms are placed by protesters on barbed wires in front of a police fort under construction, following an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)
A pro-reform female protester holds the Koran, Muslim holy book, in one hand and the Bahraini flag with the words, 'standing-fast', written on it in Arabic, during an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the 'Innocence of Muslims' film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)A pro-reform female protester holds the Koran, Muslim holy book, in one hand and the Bahraini flag with the words, ‘standing-fast’, written on it in Arabic, during an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)
Pro-reform protesters take part in an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the 'Innocence of Muslims' film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)Pro-reform protesters take part in an opposition march on the outskirts of the Bahraini capital Manama, 14 September 2012. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to demand democratic reforms in the small Gulf island which has been hit by pro-reform protests since 14 February 2011. Protesters also expressed their rejection to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film, which outraged Muslims who deemed it insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, that triggered attacks on several US and Western embassies across the Middle East and North Africa. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Islamic politiclal party Jamat e Islami shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Karachi, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Islamic politiclal party Jamat e Islami shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Karachi, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Islamic politiclal party Jamat e Islami shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Karachi, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Islamic politiclal party Jamat e Islami shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Karachi, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Muslims scream slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in London, Britain, 14 September 2012. British Muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Muslims scream slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in London, Britain, 14 September 2012. British Muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Moroccans protesters burn a US flag during a demonstration against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, in Sale, near Rabat, Morocco, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)Moroccans protesters burn a US flag during a demonstration against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, in Sale, near Rabat, Morocco, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)
Muslims scream slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in London, Britain, 14 September 2012. British Muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Muslims scream slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in London, Britain, 14 September 2012. British Muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Moroccans protesters tear a US flag during a demonstration against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, in Sale, near Rabat, Morocco, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)Moroccans protesters tear a US flag during a demonstration against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, in Sale, near Rabat, Morocco, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)
Police keep guard during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in London, Britain, 14 September 2012. British Muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Police keep guard during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in London, Britain, 14 September 2012. British Muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni riot policemen stand guard at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni riot policemen stand guard at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters run in front of heavy smokes during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters run in front of heavy smokes during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni riot policemen stand guard at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni riot policemen stand guard at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Tunisian protesters speak with soldiers across barbed wire erected outside the US embassy , in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)Tunisian protesters speak with soldiers across barbed wire erected outside the US embassy , in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)
Tunisian demonstrators protest outside the US embassy , in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)Tunisian demonstrators protest outside the US embassy , in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)
Tunisian soldiers stand guard atop an armored vehicle outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)Tunisian soldiers stand guard atop an armored vehicle outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)
Tunisian demonstrators protest outside the US embassy , in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 20012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)Tunisian demonstrators protest outside the US embassy , in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 20012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)
Palestinian Hamas supporters chant anti during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United State and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Fraiday prayer in Gaza city on, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Palestinian Hamas supporters chant anti during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United State and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Fraiday prayer in Gaza city on, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Tunisian demonstrators run after security forces fired tear gas towards them outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)Tunisian demonstrators run after security forces fired tear gas towards them outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)
Tunisian demonstrators run after security forces fired tear gas towards them outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)Tunisian demonstrators run after security forces fired tear gas towards them outside the US embassy, in Tunis, Tunisia, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that a group of demonstrators stormed the US embassy in Tunis, making it past security forces who fired tear gas and warning shots to try repulse the crowd.  A thick plume of black smoke was seen coming from the embassy building. (Credit: EPA)
An Egyptian protester throws back a tear gas canister toward riot police, unseen, behind cement blocks that are used to close the street leading to the U.S. embassy during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)An Egyptian protester throws back a tear gas canister toward riot police, unseen, behind cement blocks that are used to close the street leading to the U.S. embassy during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Egyptian protesters evacuate an injured youth toward a waiting ambulance, unseen, during clashes with security forces, unseen by the street leading to the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Egyptian protesters evacuate an injured youth toward a waiting ambulance, unseen, during clashes with security forces, unseen by the street leading to the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
A Sudanese protester chants slogans as a cordon of police try to contain the crowd during a protest in Khartoum, Sudan, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. Germany's Foreign Minister says the country's embassy in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum has been stormed by protesters and set partially on fire. Minister Guido Westerwelle told reporters that the demonstrators are apparently protesting against an anti-Islam film produced in the United States that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)A Sudanese protester chants slogans as a cordon of police try to contain the crowd during a protest in Khartoum, Sudan, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. Germany’s Foreign Minister says the country’s embassy in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum has been stormed by protesters and set partially on fire. Minister Guido Westerwelle told reporters that the demonstrators are apparently protesting against an anti-Islam film produced in the United States that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Sudanese protesters react as a fire rages during a protest outside the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. Germany's Foreign Minister says the country's embassy in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum has been stormed by protesters and set partially on fire. Minister Guido Westerwelle told reporters that the demonstrators are apparently protesting against an anti-Islam film produced in the United States that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Sudanese protesters react as a fire rages during a protest outside the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. Germany’s Foreign Minister says the country’s embassy in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum has been stormed by protesters and set partially on fire. Minister Guido Westerwelle told reporters that the demonstrators are apparently protesting against an anti-Islam film produced in the United States that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Palestinian Hamas supporters chant slogans during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Palestinian Hamas supporters chant slogans during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Palestinian women chant slogans during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Palestinian women chant slogans during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United States and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after Friday prayer in Gaza city, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters shout slogans during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters shout slogans during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters shout slogans during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters shout slogans during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters carry a wounded protester during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters carry a wounded protester during clashes with security forces at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)
A Yemeni protester shouts slogans during a protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)A Yemeni protester shouts slogans during a protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters shout slogans during a protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters shout slogans during a protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters march at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters march at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Yemeni protesters run as riot policemen use water cannons to disperse them at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012.  Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Yemeni protesters run as riot policemen use water cannons to disperse them at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012.  Yemeni forcers used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police across a cement barrier near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police across a cement barrier near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police across a cement barrier near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police across a cement barrier near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police across a cement barrier near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters throw stones towards riot police across a cement barrier near the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 14 September 2012. Protesters and police threw stones at each other near the US embassy in Cairo on 14 September ahead of Islamist-led demonstrations across the Egyptian capital against an anti-Islam video. (Credit: EPA)
A general view shows Yemeni riot policemen firing tear gas toward protesters angry at a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed during clashes at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forces used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. EPA/WADIA MOHAMMED (Credit: EPA)A general view shows Yemeni riot policemen firing tear gas toward protesters angry at a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed during clashes at a street leading to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forces used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. EPA/WADIA MOHAMMED (Credit: EPA)
Jordanian anti-riot police stand guard outside the US embassy, in Amman, Jordan, 14 September 2012. Hundreds of the Salafi-Jihadist Movement gathered after noon prayer to protest against film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Jordanian anti-riot police stand guard outside the US embassy, in Amman, Jordan, 14 September 2012. Hundreds of the Salafi-Jihadist Movement gathered after noon prayer to protest against film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Jordanian protesters shout anit-US slogans in front of the Kurdi Mosque near the USA embassy, in Amman, Jordan, 14 September 2012. Hundreds of the Salafi-Jihadist Movement gathered after noon prayer to protest against film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)Jordanian protesters shout anit-US slogans in front of the Kurdi Mosque near the USA embassy, in Amman, Jordan, 14 September 2012. Hundreds of the Salafi-Jihadist Movement gathered after noon prayer to protest against film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Palestinian Hamas supporters burn US flag during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United State and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after the Fraiday prayer in Gaza city on, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Palestinian Hamas supporters burn US flag during a protest against what they said was a film produced in the United State and that the protesters claim insulted Prophet Mohammed, after the Fraiday prayer in Gaza city on, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
A Sudanese man shouts slogans after protesters have set fire at the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were attacked on 14 February by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight. (Credit: EPA)A Sudanese man shouts slogans after protesters have set fire at the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were attacked on 14 February by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight. (Credit: EPA)
Sudanese protesters shout slogans during a protest in front of the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were attacked on 14 February by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight. (Credit: EPA)Sudanese protesters shout slogans during a protest in front of the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were attacked on 14 February by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight. (Credit: EPA)
Sudanese soldiers try to prevent proetsters from storming the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were attacked on 14 February by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight. (Credit: EPA)Sudanese soldiers try to prevent proetsters from storming the German embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, 14 September 2012. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were attacked on 14 February by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight. (Credit: EPA)
Lebanese protesters attack American fast food restaurants after Friday prayers, pouring petrol on the restaurants and setting them on fire in the northeastern city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Friday Sept. 14, 2012. According to security officials no one was hurt in the attack which is part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo) (Credit: AP)Lebanese protesters attack American fast food restaurants after Friday prayers, pouring petrol on the restaurants and setting them on fire in the northeastern city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Friday Sept. 14, 2012. According to security officials no one was hurt in the attack which is part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo) (Credit: AP)
An Indian protester kicks at a graffiti of the American flag on a wall of the U.S. Consulate  during a protest against the anti-Islam film which depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman in Chennai, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.  (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)An Indian protester kicks at a graffiti of the American flag on a wall of the U.S. Consulate during a protest against the anti-Islam film which depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman in Chennai, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.  (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Iraqis chant slogans during a protest in Basra, 340 miles (547 kilometers) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. In Basra, about 1,000 Iraqis marched the streets and burned the American and Israeli flags. "Freedom doesn't mean offending two billion Muslims," one banner said. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Iraqis chant slogans during a protest in Basra, 340 miles (547 kilometers) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. In Basra, about 1,000 Iraqis marched the streets and burned the American and Israeli flags. "Freedom doesn’t mean offending two billion Muslims," one banner said. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Iraqis chant slogans during a protest in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. Hundreds of Iraqis demonstrated in Baghdad's northern Sunni neighborhood of Azamiyah to protest the anti-Muslim film, demanding the U.S. government to punish those who behind it and not to play it in any country. (Credit: AP)Iraqis chant slogans during a protest in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. Hundreds of Iraqis demonstrated in Baghdad’s northern Sunni neighborhood of Azamiyah to protest the anti-Muslim film, demanding the U.S. government to punish those who behind it and not to play it in any country. (Credit: AP)
Protesters run from tear gas released by riot police during clashes near the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: AP)Protesters run from tear gas released by riot police during clashes near the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: AP)
Lebanese riot police stand guard before a group of protesters, angry over the prophet film, attacked American fast food restaurants after Friday prayers, in the northeastern city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Friday Sept. 14, 2012. According to security officials no one was hurt in the attack which is part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Lebanese riot police stand guard before a group of protesters, angry over the prophet film, attacked American fast food restaurants after Friday prayers, in the northeastern city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Friday Sept. 14, 2012. According to security officials no one was hurt in the attack which is part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Bahrainis burn replicas of American and Israeli flags during a protest after midday prayers in Diraz, Bahrain, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Bahrainis burn replicas of American and Israeli flags during a protest after midday prayers in Diraz, Bahrain, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
A boy holds a toy gun during a protest about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain el-Hilweh near Sidon, Lebanon, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)A boy holds a toy gun during a protest about a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain el-Hilweh near Sidon, Lebanon, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
A Yemeni protester rest next to fires during clashes with security forces as protesters angry at a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed try to march to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forces used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB (Credit: EPA)A Yemeni protester rest next to fires during clashes with security forces as protesters angry at a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed try to march to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forces used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB (Credit: EPA)
A masked Yemeni protester stands in front of fires during clashed with security forces as protesters try to march to the US embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forces used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana'a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)A masked Yemeni protester stands in front of fires during clashed with security forces as protesters try to march to the US embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, 14 September 2012. Yemeni forces used water cannons against angry protesters who were trying to march to the US embassy in Sana’a a day after hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy building, protesting against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. (Credit: EPA)
Syrian protesters wave national flags and shout anti-US slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam film in front of the US Embassy in Damascus, Syria, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)Syrian protesters wave national flags and shout anti-US slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam film in front of the US Embassy in Damascus, Syria, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)
Syrian protesters wave national flags and shout anti-US slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam film in front of the US Embassy in Damascus, Syria, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)Syrian protesters wave national flags and shout anti-US slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam film in front of the US Embassy in Damascus, Syria, 14 September 2012. Muslims outraged by a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, have protested against the film in various countries. (Credit: EPA)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012 (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012 (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)Palestinian men and women take part in a protest against a film mocking Islam at the Damascus gate in the old city of Jerusalem. September 14, 2012.  (Credit: Flash 90)
Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) clash with Pakistan security during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri Muslim protesters throw stones at Indian policemen during a protest in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. The protest was held against an anti-Islam film called "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Kashmiri Muslim protesters throw stones at Indian policemen during a protest in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. The protest was held against an anti-Islam film called "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Kashmiri Muslims burn a mock American flag during a protest against an anti-Islam film called "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam's Prophet Muhammad, in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Kashmiri Muslims burn a mock American flag during a protest against an anti-Islam film called "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Kashmiri Muslims shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam film called "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam's Prophet Muhammad, in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Kashmiri Muslims shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam film called "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Indonesian Muslims shout slogans as they hold a banner which reads "Prophet Muhammad is symbol of Islam" during a protest against an anti-Islam film that has sparked anger among followers, outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.  The low-budget film "Innocence of Muslims" ridicules Islam and depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman. Since it emerged on the Internet, it has prompted violent protests at U.S. embassies in the Middle East. In Libya, the American ambassador and three other staff members were killed when the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked.  (Credit: AP)Indonesian Muslims shout slogans as they hold a banner which reads "Prophet Muhammad is symbol of Islam" during a protest against an anti-Islam film that has sparked anger among followers, outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.  The low-budget film "Innocence of Muslims" ridicules Islam and depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman. Since it emerged on the Internet, it has prompted violent protests at U.S. embassies in the Middle East. In Libya, the American ambassador and three other staff members were killed when the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked.  (Credit: AP)
Philippine National Police anti-riot unit prepare to secure the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines on Friday Sept. 14, 2012. U.S. embassies across the world ramped up security Thursday following an attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya, as Muslims angry over an anti-Islam film stormed the U.S. mission in Yemen and clashed with police near the American mission in Cairo.(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez) (Credit: AP)Philippine National Police anti-riot unit prepare to secure the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines on Friday Sept. 14, 2012. U.S. embassies across the world ramped up security Thursday following an attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya, as Muslims angry over an anti-Islam film stormed the U.S. mission in Yemen and clashed with police near the American mission in Cairo.(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez) (Credit: AP)
Afghan demonstrator burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012. Afghanistan's government on 13 September ordered the banning of the YouTube site in its country, in an attempt to head off people from watching the controversial anti-Islam film produced in the US. 'We have decided to ban YouTube in Afghanistan. We have started shutting down YouTube website, there are more than 40 internet providers and all have been asked to block YouTube,' said Aimal Marjan, an official with the communications ministry. The secretary general 'calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,' the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)Afghan demonstrator burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012. Afghanistan’s government on 13 September ordered the banning of the YouTube site in its country, in an attempt to head off people from watching the controversial anti-Islam film produced in the US. ‘We have decided to ban YouTube in Afghanistan. We have started shutting down YouTube website, there are more than 40 internet providers and all have been asked to block YouTube,’ said Aimal Marjan, an official with the communications ministry. The secretary general ‘calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,’ the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
Afghan demonstrators burn an effigy of US President Barak Obama during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012. Afghanistan's government on 13 September ordered the banning of the YouTube site in its country, in an attempt to head off people from watching the controversial anti-Islam film produced in the US. 'We have decided to ban YouTube in Afghanistan. We have started shutting down YouTube website, there are more than 40 internet providers and all have been asked to block YouTube,' said Aimal Marjan, an official with the communications ministry. The secretary general 'calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,' the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)Afghan demonstrators burn an effigy of US President Barak Obama during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012. Afghanistan’s government on 13 September ordered the banning of the YouTube site in its country, in an attempt to head off people from watching the controversial anti-Islam film produced in the US. ‘We have decided to ban YouTube in Afghanistan. We have started shutting down YouTube website, there are more than 40 internet providers and all have been asked to block YouTube,’ said Aimal Marjan, an official with the communications ministry. The secretary general ‘calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,’ the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
Afghan demonstrator burn an effigy of US President Barak Obama during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012. Afghanistan's government on 13 September ordered the banning of the YouTube site in its country, in an attempt to head off people from watching the controversial anti-Islam film produced in the US. 'We have decided to ban YouTube in Afghanistan. We have started shutting down YouTube website, there are more than 40 internet providers and all have been asked to block YouTube,' said Aimal Marjan, an official with the communications ministry. The secretary general 'calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,' the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)Afghan demonstrator burn an effigy of US President Barak Obama during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Nangarhar Gani Khell district, Afghanistan, 14 September 2012. Afghanistan’s government on 13 September ordered the banning of the YouTube site in its country, in an attempt to head off people from watching the controversial anti-Islam film produced in the US. ‘We have decided to ban YouTube in Afghanistan. We have started shutting down YouTube website, there are more than 40 internet providers and all have been asked to block YouTube,’ said Aimal Marjan, an official with the communications ministry. The secretary general ‘calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,’ the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Tehreek Hurmat e Rasool hold placards as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Lahore, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Jamat ud Dawa shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Jamat ud Dawa shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Imamia Students Organization (ISO) burn the mock of US flag as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri Muslim protesters shouts anti-US and anti- Israel slogans to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Kashmiri Muslim protesters shouts anti-US and anti- Israel slogans to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Indian police men stop Kashmiri Muslim protesters as they shouts anti-US and anti- Israel slogans to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Indian police men stop Kashmiri Muslim protesters as they shouts anti-US and anti- Israel slogans to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri Muslim protester holds up Israeli flags to protest controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Kashmiri Muslim protester holds up Israeli flags to protest controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri Muslim protesters burn a US flag to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Kashmiri Muslim protesters burn a US flag to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri Muslim protester burns an Israeli flag to protest controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Kashmiri Muslim protester burns an Israeli flag to protest controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Iranian Parliament speaker Ali Larijani (C) joins with thousands of Iranian demonstrators taking part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Iranian Parliament speaker Ali Larijani (C) joins with thousands of Iranian demonstrators taking part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Iranian demonstrators burn a US flag as thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Iranian demonstrators burn a US flag as thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part in an anti-US and Israeli demonstration in Tehran, Iran on 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans during a protest rally in Dhaka, Bangladesh 14 September 2012. Hundreds of Muslims attend a protest rally against USA and an anti-Islamic film disgrace prophet Mohammad (Credit: EPA)Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans during a protest rally in Dhaka, Bangladesh 14 September 2012. Hundreds of Muslims attend a protest rally against USA and an anti-Islamic film disgrace prophet Mohammad (Credit: EPA)
Bangladeshi policemen create barricades with birbewire to stop the protest rally in Dhaka, Bangladesh 14 September 2012. Hundreds of Muslims attend a protest rally against USA and an anti-Islamic film disgrace prophet Mohammad. (Credit: EPA)Bangladeshi policemen create barricades with birbewire to stop the protest rally in Dhaka, Bangladesh 14 September 2012. Hundreds of Muslims attend a protest rally against USA and an anti-Islamic film disgrace prophet Mohammad. (Credit: EPA)
Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part during an anti-US and Israeli demonstration against the film deemed offensive to Prophet Mohammed by American-Israeli director Sam Bacile.    Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called on the United States Friday to punish the producers of an anti-Islam film, parts of which were shown on You Tube. ?If the American officials are sincere in their claim that they have nothing to do with this film, then they must punish all elements behind this huge ugly crime,? Khamenei said in a statement carried by state media. (Credit: EPA)Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part during an anti-US and Israeli demonstration against the film deemed offensive to Prophet Mohammed by American-Israeli director Sam Bacile.  Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called on the United States Friday to punish the producers of an anti-Islam film, parts of which were shown on You Tube. ?If the American officials are sincere in their claim that they have nothing to do with this film, then they must punish all elements behind this huge ugly crime,? Khamenei said in a statement carried by state media. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami hold a banner and shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami hold a banner and shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world. (Credit: EPA)
An Islamic activist shouts slogans as they have been stopped by the law enforcers on thier way to march towards the US embassy at Shantinagar in Dhaka, Bangladesh 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)An Islamic activist shouts slogans as they have been stopped by the law enforcers on thier way to march towards the US embassy at Shantinagar in Dhaka, Bangladesh 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Filipino policemen and security officers stand guard in front of the US embassy in Manila, Philippines, 14 September 2012. Forces from the Philippine National Police (PNP) are on alert following US President Barack Obama said security precautions would be strengthened at US outposts after attackers killed four Americans at the US consulate in Benghazi and after a security breach in Cairo when Egyptian Islamists, angered by a film they say defamed Prophet Mohammed, scaled the walls of the United States embassy. (Credit: EPA)Filipino policemen and security officers stand guard in front of the US embassy in Manila, Philippines, 14 September 2012. Forces from the Philippine National Police (PNP) are on alert following US President Barack Obama said security precautions would be strengthened at US outposts after attackers killed four Americans at the US consulate in Benghazi and after a security breach in Cairo when Egyptian Islamists, angered by a film they say defamed Prophet Mohammed, scaled the walls of the United States embassy. (Credit: EPA)
A Filipino security officer stands guard in front of the US embassy in Manila, Philippines, 14 September 2012. Forces from the Philippine National Police (PNP) are on alert following US President Barack Obama said security precautions would be strengthened at US outposts after attackers killed four Americans at the US consulate in Benghazi and after a security breach in Cairo when Egyptian Islamists, angered by a film they say defamed Prophet Mohammed, scaled the walls of the United States embassy. (Credit: EPA)A Filipino security officer stands guard in front of the US embassy in Manila, Philippines, 14 September 2012. Forces from the Philippine National Police (PNP) are on alert following US President Barack Obama said security precautions would be strengthened at US outposts after attackers killed four Americans at the US consulate in Benghazi and after a security breach in Cairo when Egyptian Islamists, angered by a film they say defamed Prophet Mohammed, scaled the walls of the United States embassy. (Credit: EPA)
Indonesian Muslim activists shout slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia 14 September 2012. Hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Indonesian Muslim activists shout slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia 14 September 2012. Hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Indonesian Muslim activists shout their slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia 14 September 2012. Hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Indonesian Muslim activists shout their slogans during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia 14 September 2012. Hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami hold a banner reading in Urdu 'We strongly condemn the American movie that desecrating the holy Prophet' as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general 'calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,' the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami hold a banner reading in Urdu ‘We strongly condemn the American movie that desecrating the holy Prophet’ as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general ‘calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,’ the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami hold a banner reading in Urdu 'We strongly condemn the American movie that desecrating the holy Prophet' as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general 'calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,' the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Supporters of Islamic political party Jamat-e-Islami hold a banner reading in Urdu ‘We strongly condemn the American movie that desecrating the holy Prophet’ as they shout slogans during a protest against an anti-Islam video, in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan, 14 September 2012. The Pakistani parliament passed a resolution on 13 September condemning an anti-Islamic video that has sparked outrage across the Muslim world, and urged the US to take appropriate action. Lawmakers expressed their anger hours after the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the video had hurt the people of Pakistan and Muslims across the world.  The secretary general ‘calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue,’ the UN said in a statement released online late 13 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Malaysian Muslims protest outside the US Embassy, after Friday prayer, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 14 September 2012. Reports state that muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Malaysian Muslims protest outside the US Embassy, after Friday prayer, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 14 September 2012. Reports state that muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Indonesian Muslim activists  hold placards during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy  in Jakarta, Indonesia 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)Indonesian Muslim activists hold placards during an anti-US rally outside the US embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia 14 September 2012. Reports state that hundreds Indonesian muslim activists staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US. (Credit: EPA)
Kashmiri lawyers shout anti US slogans during a protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US, in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Kashmiri lawyers shout anti US slogans during a protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US, in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Indian police men try to stop Kashmiri lawyers as they shouts anti US slogan during a protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US, in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)Indian police men try to stop Kashmiri lawyers as they shouts anti US slogan during a protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the US, in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 14 September 2012. (Credit: EPA)

 


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 Sep 14, 2012 at 09:27 AM Liepa Says:

these mishagoim live up to the phrase, 'the truth hurts'!

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 09:28 AM pickythinker Says:

It really shows the innocence of muslims

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 09:33 AM STRAIGHT_FACTS Says:

All in the name of religion! Of course Israel is once again a Korbon.

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 09:39 AM Mark Levin Says:

Oh please! We already know that these were PRE-PLANNED and had nothing to do with a stupid movie made by some shaygitz.

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 10:01 AM ShmutzVesh Says:

While I think the video was a disgusting thing to create. They are all A bunch of retarded crybabies!!!!

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 10:05 AM ChachoMoe Says:

it is simply mind boggling how Islamists have manged to brainwash so many idiots to their cause. Besides the very concept of holding the entire US and the west responsible for one stupid producers action, which they will never comprehend, as they have no inkling in the very concept of "freedom of speech" and democracy, but how in the world does ISRAEL come into the picture, is again the result of years brainwashing... "Israel is responsible for all anti-islam actions"

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 10:10 AM favish Says:

all these barbaric acts of muslims accross the globe, plus plus .....just proove how true film is

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 11:09 AM rebeli Says:

I'm glad this movie was done, it shows the world who these complete lunatics truly are!

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 11:29 AM radrad Says:

funny; when these morons make an anti Jewish video I don't see any violence, protest or burning of things...maybe we need them all to get jobs and stop living off the beneficience of the West. Maybe we need them to learn to stand on their own..Oh, if that happens many other Syria like events will occur. Behaimos.

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 11:36 AM kitniyot Says:

the flag burners in Picture 8 are burning a 48-star US flag

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 11:39 AM BLONDI Says:

what a difference there was when we Jews protested against the mel gibson movie:we didnt burn any churches or kill anyone. me thinks they protest too much.

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 12:48 PM PMOinFL Says:

There are 3 elements at play here:

1. A man made a propaganda film full of lies on the level of the Blood Libel, in order to provoke this EXACT reaction.

2. People in these countries don't even understand the concept of free speech. EVERYTHING they have ever read, watched on TV or in a film, was censored and approved by the government. These people don't even understand the idea of being able to express your own views. So as far as these people are concerned, THIS is a 100% exact representation of how America feels toward ALL Muslims.... because their only frame of reference is the TERRORIST DICTATORSHIP they live under.

3. Stupid Americans are hooting all over the Internet about how this guy is getting slammed for saying the truth. The truth is, the movie is nothing more than cheap propaganda and that's already been proven. Much like our idiots whoop-it-up that ALL (or most) Muslims are terrorists, their idiots shout that we are ALL bigots.

Hillary Clinton got it right. She said she was appalled and disgusted by it, but in our FREE country people have a right to spew whatever steaming piles of cow chips we want to.

Hateful racism + Hateful racism = TERRORISTS WINNING

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 01:23 PM Anonymous Says:

LOL this only proves how right the film is!

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 01:47 PM RebKlemson Says:

And we're protesting MBP consent forms, making a complete fool of ourselves in the eyes of the secular world

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 02:19 PM Ploni Says:

Reply to #11  
kitniyot Says:

the flag burners in Picture 8 are burning a 48-star US flag

Yes, they practised economy and burned the oldest stock first.

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 04:03 PM anonymous Says:

what they should do is just have the police come out and open fire on these people, too many good people are dying at their hands, they have to be stopped

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 Sep 14, 2012 at 09:07 PM esther Says:

Reply to #6  
ChachoMoe Says:

it is simply mind boggling how Islamists have manged to brainwash so many idiots to their cause. Besides the very concept of holding the entire US and the west responsible for one stupid producers action, which they will never comprehend, as they have no inkling in the very concept of "freedom of speech" and democracy, but how in the world does ISRAEL come into the picture, is again the result of years brainwashing... "Israel is responsible for all anti-islam actions"

arabs are brutal and violent,period.it just takes something to set them off.trying to find a rational explanation for heir actions is completely futile.

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 Sep 15, 2012 at 11:17 PM esther Says:

Reply to #13  
PMOinFL Says:

There are 3 elements at play here:

1. A man made a propaganda film full of lies on the level of the Blood Libel, in order to provoke this EXACT reaction.

2. People in these countries don't even understand the concept of free speech. EVERYTHING they have ever read, watched on TV or in a film, was censored and approved by the government. These people don't even understand the idea of being able to express your own views. So as far as these people are concerned, THIS is a 100% exact representation of how America feels toward ALL Muslims.... because their only frame of reference is the TERRORIST DICTATORSHIP they live under.

3. Stupid Americans are hooting all over the Internet about how this guy is getting slammed for saying the truth. The truth is, the movie is nothing more than cheap propaganda and that's already been proven. Much like our idiots whoop-it-up that ALL (or most) Muslims are terrorists, their idiots shout that we are ALL bigots.

Hillary Clinton got it right. She said she was appalled and disgusted by it, but in our FREE country people have a right to spew whatever steaming piles of cow chips we want to.

Hateful racism + Hateful racism = TERRORISTS WINNING

i don't understand you at all.their own response to the film proves the opposite of what you're trying to say.

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 Sep 16, 2012 at 04:02 AM amwiser Says:

What they are really protesting is the fact that we are free to "insult" as we please and without retribution....for they...are not. They all expect that Americans should obey the Sharia the same as they must. If the act of the moviemaker actually harmed or threatened the life of a living organism such as a human...nee a physical manifestation, I might see it. But therein lies the difference. For Obama to expect Americans to follow Sharia code is preposterous, he is just like the rest of the followers of Islam aka Muslims. If you had any doubts in your mind then, you shouldn't now. He's a bona-fide Muslim parading as a Christian. A wolf in sheep's clothing indeed.

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 Sep 16, 2012 at 04:13 AM amwiser Says:

I would wager that a majority of those protesting have not even seen the movie.

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