News ID: 366118
Publish Date: 24 September 2012 - 11:25
Navideshahed: A fresh demonstration has been staged in Lebanon's northeast governorate of Hermel where thousands of people showed their outrage at a US-made anti-Islam film insulting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

Anti-US and anti-Zionist sentiments were skyrocketing among the crowds who set ablaze both American and Zionist regime’s flags during the Sunday protest rally.

Chanting the slogan "Loyalty to the Messenger of Allah," the protesters accused the US and the Israeli regime of sponsoring the blasphemy against Muslim sanctities.
Several political and religious figures who took part in the rally stressed the importance of unity among different faiths to avert any Western attempt to create religious strife in the Middle East.

Last week, Hezbollah leader Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah called for a week of anti-US protests across Lebanon over the insulting film, which he described as "the worst attack ever on Islam".

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Source: IRIB World Service

Anti-US and anti-Zionist sentiments were skyrocketing among the crowds who set ablaze both American and Zionist regime’s flags during the Sunday protest rally. Chanting the slogan "Loyalty to the Messenger of Allah," the protesters accused the US and the Israeli regime of sponsoring the blasphemy against Muslim sanctities. Several political and religious figures who took part in the rally stressed the importance of unity among different faiths to avert any Western attempt to create religious strife in the Middle East. Last week, Hezbollah leader Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah called for a week of anti-US protests across Lebanon over the insulting film, which he described as "the worst attack ever on Islam". The End Source: IRIB World Service
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