Friday, September 14, 2012

Mass Protests Against The U.S. Across The Muslim World

Mass Protests Intensify Across Muslim World -- Al Jazeera

Demonstrations against US, sparked by anti-Islam video, continue in Egypt, Yemen, Bangladesh, Iraq and other countries.

Demonstrators furious at a film trailer they say insults the Prophet Mohammad clashed with police near the US embassy in Cairo despite a nationwide protest that was called off by the country's powerful Muslim Brotherhood.

Protesters also clashed with police in Yemen on Friday, where one person died and 15 were injured the day before when the US embassy compound was stormed. Crowds also gathered against the California-made film for the second day in Malaysia, Bangladesh and Iraq.

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More News On Continued Protests Across The Muslim World

Protests spread against US over anti-Islamic film - live updates -- The Guardian
U.S. braces for new violence over anti-Muslim film -- CBS/AP
U.S. Braces for Protests in Egypt and Yemen -- ABC News
Caught off guard by Libya attack, US braces for more violent fallout from anti-Muslim film -- Washington Post/AP
U.S. embassies tighten security as protests rage over anti-Islam film -- CNN
German embassy stormed, KFC torched, as anger over anti-Islam film rages -- NBC
US fears more violence over video -- Press Association
Nigeria: Embassy Attacks - U.S. Issues Warning to Citizens in Nigeria -- allAfrica
What Muslim nations' leaders are saying -- and not -- about embassy violence -- CNN

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