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Photos from ‘Anti-Islam Film Protests’ Around The World

“This is the start of a serious movement that must continue all over the Muslim world in defense of the Prophet of God (PBUH)… As long as there’s blood in us, we will not remain silent over insults against our Prophet (PBUH).” – Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah

From Pakistan…

Pakistani activists from Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba, a student wing of the hardline Sunni party Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), shout anti-US salogans during a protest against an anti-Islam movie in Peshawar.(AFP Photo / A. Majeed)

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Pakistani lawyers shout anti-US slogans as they march during a protest against an anti-Islam movie in Lahore. (Arif Ali)

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PAKISTAN, Multan : Pakistani lawyers shout slogans as they burn a US flag and an effigy of US President Barack Obama and Florida pastor Terry Jones during a protest against an anti-Islam movie in Multan.(AFP Photo / S.S Mirza)

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Supporters of Lebanon’s Hezbollah group shout slogans during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. (AFP photo/Joseph Eid)

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Lebanon’s Hezbollah al-Mahdi boy scouts shout slogans as they march at an anti-U.S. protest in Beirut’s southern suburbs September 17, 2012. (Reuters/Sharif Karim)

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Thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AFP photo/Joseph Eid)

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Shiite Clerics (Hezbollah) leading hundreds of thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AFP photo/Joseph Eid)

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A supporter of Lebanon’s Hezbollah group holds a sign as she marches with others during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance at the rally, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the “worst attack ever on Islam.” AFP PHOTO / STR

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Pakistani Shiite Muslims torch a US flag in front of the US consulate building during a protest against an anti-Islam movie in Lahore on September 17, 2012 (AFP Photo / Arif Ali)

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Bangladeshi Muslims torching a US flag, shouting anti-US slogans

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Protesters take their positions during clashes with riot police along a road at Kornish El Nile in the tunnel which leads to the U.S. embassy, near Tahrir Square in Cairo September 15, 2012. (Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

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A Child protesting in Australia

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An Indonesian protester hurls a molotov coctail towards the US embassy during a protest against a low-budget film insulting to Muslims in Jakarta.(AFP Photo / Adek Berry)

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‘USA GO TO HELL’ Screenshots from Indonesian TV

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Tunisian protesters

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Protesters run for cover during a demonstration in front of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis September 14, 2012. Tunisian protesters jumped over the wall of the U.S. embassy compound in Tunis on Friday and broke windows and set fire to trees, a Reuters witness said. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (CIVIL UNREST RELIGION POLITICS)

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Sudanese demonstrators remove the German embassy sign after storming its premises in Khartoum during a protest against a low-budget film mocking Islam on September 14, 2012. Around 5,000 protesters in the Sudanese capital angry over the amateur anti-Islam film stormed the embassies of Britain and Germany, which was torched and badly damaged. AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY

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Sudanese policemen stand guard opposite demonstrators during a protest against an amateur film mocking Islam outside the German embassy in Khartoum on September 14, 2012. The low-budget movie called “Innocence of Muslims”, which ridicules the Prophet Mohammed and portrays Muslims as immoral and gratuitously violent, has triggered protests in several countries. AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY

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A Sudanese demonstrator shouts slogans as policemen try to disperse protesters after they torched the German embassy in Khartoum during a demonstration against a low-budget film mocking Islam on September 14, 2012. Around 5,000 protesters in the Sudanese capital angry over the amateur anti-Islam film stormed the embassies of Britain and Germany, which was torched and badly damaged. AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY

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Pakistani Muslims hold banners and shout anti-US slogans during a rally against an American produced film mocking Islam on September 16, 2012 in Karachi. At least eight people were injured after protestors denouncing an anti-Islam film clashed with police outside the US consulate in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi, officials said. AFP PHOTO / ASIF HASSAN

 

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Yemeni protesters burn a US flag during a demonstration at a street leading to the US embassy in Sanaa on September 14, 2012 against a film mocking Islam. (AFP Photo/Mohammed Huwais)

 

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A Yemeni protester holds a slogan praising Prophet Mohammed as he walks past burning tyres at a crossroad leading to the US embassy during a demonstration against a film mocking Islam in Sanaa on September 14, 2012. Yemeni security forces fired warning shots, tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters angry over an anti-Islam film headed for the US embassy, a day after similar confrontations left four dead. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED HUWAIS

 

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A protester shouts slogans as he waves an Egyptian flag before a line of riot police along a road leading to the U.S. embassy, near Tahrir Square in Cairo September 14, 2012. (Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh)

 

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