World Bulletin / News Desk
Protests spread after broadcasting of anti-Islam video insulting the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). The biggest protest occured in Egypt. Thousands of Muslims organized protests such as in Yemen, Palestine, Qatar, Banghladesh, Indonesia, Kashmir, Libya. There will be a protest in Turkey, on Friday night in Taksim square.
Demonstrators furious at a film they say insults the Prophet Mohammad clashed with police near the U.S. embassy in Cairo on Friday before a nationwide protest called by the Muslim Brotherhood which propelled Egypt's Islamist president to power.
Police used water cannons and fired warning shots into the air to disburse hundreds of protesters who rallied for a second day at the U.S. Embassy in Yemen’s capital against a film seen as insulting to Islam, in today protests.
BANGHLADESH AND INDONESIA
The crowds demontrate anti-Islam film in Indonesia and Banghladesh. They were almost 10 thousands people in Banghladesh. Protestors gathered in front of U.S.A. embassy. Almost 200 Indonesians showed their anger over an anti-Islam film Friday by chanting "death to Jews!" and "death to America!" in a largely peaceful protest outside the heavily guarded U.S. Embassy, reportedly.
There were a big crowd in the capital of Qatar.
PALESTINE and GAZA
Israeli authorities are deploying more forces in Jerusalem's Old City on Friday after a film about the Prophet Muhammad triggered anti-American protests across the Muslim world.
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