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16:50 - 2012-09-13

Iranian Students Join Libyans, Egyptians Protests against Blasphemous US-Israeli Movie

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Egyptians held a fresh demonstration against the blasphemous movie outside the US Embassy in Cairo in the early hours of Thursday morning
Security forces scuffled with demonstrators and fired tear gas at the angry protesters
Egyptian protesters held similar demonstrations outside the embassy during the past two days
On Tuesday, thousands of Egyptians stormed the embassy, scaled its walls, pulled down the US flag and called for the expulsion of the US ambassador to Egypt. They also asked the US government to apologize to the Muslim world over the release of the movie
A few hours later, clashes broke out at the US consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi after a group of people held a demonstration to protest against the anti-Islam movie. US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three staff members of the US consulate were killed during clashes at the consulate building. According to a US official, at least five other Americans were also wounded during the clashes
Iranian people in Tehran and other cities across the country also plan to stage protests on Friday at the desecration of Islam in the sacrilegious movie produced by an Israeli-American man in the US
The Iranian students also chanted "Death to the US" and "Death to Israel" slogans, and expressed disgust at the US and the Zionist regime's anti-Islam policies
The students congregated in front of the embassy complex on Thursday morning to protest at the sacrilegious movie produced by an Israeli-American man in the United States
Angry Students in Iran Burn US Flag in Protest against Sacrilege of Islam
Angry Iranian students staged a massive rally in the capital city of Tehran chanting anti-US and anti-Israeli slogans, and burnt the US flag to voice their protest against the sacrilege of Islam in a US movie
They also asked the Muslim world to grow united and stage worldwide rallies in condemnation of the US-Zionist sacrilege of Islam
Iranian people in Tehran and other cities across the country also plan to stage protests on Friday at the desecration of Islam in the sacrilegious movie produced by an Israeli-American man in the US
The students congregated in front of the embassy complex on Thursday morning to protest at the sacrilegious movie produced by an Israeli-American man in the United States
The Iranian students also chanted "Death to the US" and "Death to Israel" slogans, and expressed disgust at the US and the Zionist regime's anti-Islam policies
Angry Students in Iran Burn US Flag in Protest against Sacrilege of Islam
Angry Iranian protestors condemn US sacrilege of Islam in final statement
"Based on article 7 of the UN Charter, any country which endangers the global security should account for its acts and we urge international organizations to seriously ask the US to present explanations," the statement said
The Iranian students also warned about the enemies' warmongering plots which seek to create rift among the Muslims and Christians, and said the followers of different religions will foil the enemies' plots by their vigilance and unity
They called on the entire world Muslims to condemn the blasphemous movie and its producers, and boycott Youtube for its refusal to remove the trailer of the movie from its footages
The statement was issued at the end of a massive students rally in Tehran
Iranian people in Tehran and other cities across the country also plan to stage protests on Friday at the desecration of Islam in the sacrilegious movie produced by an Israeli-American man in the US
Outrage is growing across the Muslim world over the five-million-US dollar movie that was financed by more than 100 Jews