News ID: 365109
Publish Date: 15 September 2012 - 06:07
Navideshahed: People in the Southeast Asian states of Indonesia and Malaysia staged anti-US protests to condemn the recent insult to Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

In Indonesia, large crowds of people staged a demonstration outside the US Embassy in the capital Jakarta over the blasphemous anti-Islam Movie.

"This film insulted our prophet and we condemn it. The film is a declaration of war," protesters said on Friday.

In Malaysia, a group of people stage rally in Kuala Lumpur against the distribution of the film, cautioning that the movie is part of a plot by "Christian extremists".

The protesters, representing various Islamic organizations, handed over a memo to the US embassy calling for the film to be taken off YouTube.

They also asked for the filmmakers to be tried for "crimes against human rights" and "inciting Muslims".

The anti-Islam film has drawn condemnation from Muslim countries including Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, etc.

Innocence of Muslims, previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim film about Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

The film was made in the United States by a man initially reported by US media to be an American-Israeli who relied on funding from 100 Jews.

But subsequent reporting found that figure to be fictitious, likely invented by a Coptic Christian living in California and identified as Nakoula Basseley Nakoula. The film was being promoted by a Florida pastor, Terry Jones, known for previous Koran-burning stunts that angered Muslims in various countries.

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Source: Fars News Agency

In Indonesia, large crowds of people staged a demonstration outside the US Embassy in the capital Jakarta over the blasphemous anti-Islam Movie. "This film insulted our prophet and we condemn it. The film is a declaration of war," protesters said on Friday. In Malaysia, a group of people stage rally in Kuala Lumpur against the distribution of the film, cautioning that the movie is part of a plot by "Christian extremists". The protesters, representing various Islamic organizations, handed over a memo to the US embassy calling for the film to be taken off YouTube. They also asked for the filmmakers to be tried for "crimes against human rights" and "inciting Muslims". The anti-Islam film has drawn condemnation from Muslim countries including Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, etc. Innocence of Muslims, previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim film about Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The film was made in the United States by a man initially reported by US media to be an American-Israeli who relied on funding from 100 Jews. But subsequent reporting found that figure to be fictitious, likely invented by a Coptic Christian living in California and identified as Nakoula Basseley Nakoula. The film was being promoted by a Florida pastor, Terry Jones, known for previous Koran-burning stunts that angered Muslims in various countries. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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