News ID: 366581
Publish Date: 30 September 2012 - 08:50
In Michigan, US:
Navideshahed: Thousands of people have taken to the streets in southeast Michigan to express their anger over a US-made movie and blasphemous cartoons in a French magazine that insult Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

The demonstration took place on Friday in metro Detroit where protesters strongly condemned insult to Islamic values.

They also carried banners that read "Say No to Hate-Mongering, Say No to Islamophobia.”?

Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Richard Halloran during the protest said “We need to speak out against discrimination against Islam.”?

Reports said that the rally was organized by Arab-American leaders.

Another rally against the blasphemous movie and the anti-Islam cartoons was held on Saturday in Canton, situated 23 miles west of Detroit.

The protests against the movie have intensified in the Muslim and non-Muslim countries after French weekly Charlie Hebdo on September 19 published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in yet another proof of the West’s Islamophobia campaign.

Demonstrations against the movie have been held across the Muslim world, with protesters in some countries marching on the US embassies and torching US flags.

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Source: IRIB World Service

The demonstration took place on Friday in metro Detroit where protesters strongly condemned insult to Islamic values. They also carried banners that read "Say No to Hate-Mongering, Say No to Islamophobia.”? Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Richard Halloran during the protest said “We need to speak out against discrimination against Islam.”? Reports said that the rally was organized by Arab-American leaders. Another rally against the blasphemous movie and the anti-Islam cartoons was held on Saturday in Canton, situated 23 miles west of Detroit. The protests against the movie have intensified in the Muslim and non-Muslim countries after French weekly Charlie Hebdo on September 19 published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in yet another proof of the West’s Islamophobia campaign. Demonstrations against the movie have been held across the Muslim world, with protesters in some countries marching on the US embassies and torching US flags. The End Source: IRIB World Service
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