Protesters have attacked Western embassies in Tunisia, Yemen and Sudan, as a wave of demonstrations against over insult of the great Prophet (pbuh) swelled and swept across much of the Muslim world after Friday prayers.
American embassy was the common target while the English and German embassies in Sudan were stormed by angry Muslims.
In Tunis, the Tunisian capital, crowds scaled the American embassy walls and set fire to trees within the compound. An American school was also set on fire by angry Muslims.
In Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, protesters stormed the English and German embassies and raised Islamic flags. Protesters smashed windows, cameras and furniture in the German complex and then started a fire. Throngs of crowds also targeted the American embassy in the capital. They breached the outside wall of the compound, American guards to fired shots on unarmed protesters. The Sudanese apostate authorities have deployed many riot police in the direction of the American embassy. Three unarmed protesters were killed by the apostate police in Khartoum while two other were killed in similar demonstrations in Lebanon.
2 unarmed protesters were killed by brutal apostate police in Yemen near the American embassy for carrying placards "Today is your last day, ambassador", and "America is the devil".
Muslims also gathered against the insult of the great Prophet (pbuh) in America for the second day in Malaysia, Bangladesh and Iraq.
Muslims in Sinai stormed a camp for the UN troops in Sheikh Zuwayed town. They brought down the UN flag and placed a black banner with the words "There's no God but Allah, Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah."
In Gaza, thousands of people rallied at demonstrations in Gaza City and the southern town of Rafah. Protesters waved the flags of the Islamic Jihad movements, and set fire to American flags, chanting "Death, death to America, death, death to "Israel".
In Nigeria, where Christians regularly massacre thousands of Muslims, infidel troops opened fire outside a mosque to disperse protesters in the city of Jos.