News ID: 365182
Publish Date: 15 September 2012 - 10:11
Navideshahed: Hundreds of Turks have poured into the streets in the city of Istanbul to condemn a blasphemous anti-Islam film recently made in the United States.

The protesters marched through the streets in Istanbul after Friday Prayers, burned US and Israeli flags and chanted anti-US and anti-Israel slogans.

The demonstrators were also carrying banners and placards reading, “Israel must be destroyed,”? and "America be damned, no to Islamophobia.”?

Demonstrations over the low-budget anti-Islam film have been held across the Muslim world, with protesters storming US embassies and torching US flags.
Demonstrators in Iran, Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kashmir, Pakistan, Iraq, Gaza, Morocco, Syria, Kuwait, Nigeria, Kenya, and some other Muslim countries poured into the streets after Friday prayers to defend their faith and condemn the movie that denigrated Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Condemning the movie, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday, "This is a strong provocation against our way of life."

"Insulting the Prophet (PBUH) cannot be justified as freedom of expression. Religion and the Prophet (PBUH) are sacred values and are untouchable,”? Erdogan said in a speech at a conference in the Ukrainian Black Sea resort of Yalta.

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Source: PressTV

The protesters marched through the streets in Istanbul after Friday Prayers, burned US and Israeli flags and chanted anti-US and anti-Israel slogans. The demonstrators were also carrying banners and placards reading, “Israel must be destroyed,”? and "America be damned, no to Islamophobia.”? Demonstrations over the low-budget anti-Islam film have been held across the Muslim world, with protesters storming US embassies and torching US flags. Demonstrators in Iran, Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kashmir, Pakistan, Iraq, Gaza, Morocco, Syria, Kuwait, Nigeria, Kenya, and some other Muslim countries poured into the streets after Friday prayers to defend their faith and condemn the movie that denigrated Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Condemning the movie, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday, "This is a strong provocation against our way of life." "Insulting the Prophet (PBUH) cannot be justified as freedom of expression. Religion and the Prophet (PBUH) are sacred values and are untouchable,”? Erdogan said in a speech at a conference in the Ukrainian Black Sea resort of Yalta. The End Source: PressTV
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