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RT: ‘Don’t insult our Prophet!’ Over 100,000 march in Beirut protest

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RT: ‘Don’t insult our Prophet!’ Over 100,000 march in Beirut protest (VIDEO, PHOTOS)





Posted on September 17, 2012


Published: 17 September, 2012, 18:45
Edited: 17 September, 2012, 23:29




Thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AP video still)


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Biggest-ever rally over an anti-Islamic film has brought scores to
Beirut, Lebanon, following a call for mass demonstrations by Hezbollah
chief Hassan Nasrallah.



Most of the demonstrators were wearing green and yellow headbands,
indicating membership in Hezbollah. The official number of participants
is yet to be released, but has been estimated based on video and photos
to be over a hundred thousand people.

America, hear us – don’t insult our Prophet,” the
protesters were chanting. The rally was split into two columns, with
women marching separately from men. Some were holding portraits of
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Sporadic shouts of “Death to Israel” and “America is the biggest devil
could also be heard from the crowd, as RT’s Lucy Kafanov reported from
the scene. A protester, nevertheless, told RT that the demonstrators’
anger is not with the American people, but with the US government for
allowing the film to spread.



The peaceful protest stayed well away from US mission on the city’s northeastern outskirts (AP video still)


The crowd swelling, Hassan Nasrallah in person addressed the
gathering. In his rare public appearance, Nasrallah announced the
beginning of a global campaign to halt the screening and sharing of the
provocative film ‘Innocence of Muslims.’ He stressed that the world does
not understand Muslims’ deep reverence for the Prophet Muhammad.

This is the start of a serious movement that must continue all over the Muslim world in defense of the prophet of God,” he said to roars of support. “As long as there’s blood in us, we will not remain silent over insults against our Prophet.

Prophet of God, we offer ourselves, our blood and our kin for the sake of your dignity and honor,” said Nasrallah.

The Lebanese political leader also called on the international
community to criminalize insults to Islam as well as Christianity and
Judaism.

The US must understand that releasing the entire film will have very dangerous repercussions around the world,” Nasrallah said, according to Press-TV. He urged for the movie’s creators to be punished appropriately.



The rally followed a three-day visit to Lebanon by Pope Benedict who
used his trip to call for reconciliation between Muslims and Christians
(AP video still)



Monday was Nasrallah’s fifth public appearance in six years, and the
first time he made a full speech in person to thousands of his
supporters since 2008. Nasrallah has been in hiding since 2006 when
Hezbollah fought a month-long war with Israel.

Nasrallah first called for widespread nonviolent protests on Sunday. The US must be held accountable for the film because it was produced in America, he said.



The demonstrators marched through Beirut’s Shiite southern suburbs;
little Lebanese security presence was reported at the scene (AP video
still)



US Embassy in Beirut destroying classified docs – report


Though the rally in Beirut stayed well away from the US embassy
there, reports suggest that the American mission in Lebanon has started
to destroy classified material as a security precaution.

The Beirut embassy had “reviewed its emergency procedures and is beginning to destroy classified holdings,” says a State Department status report obtained by the Associated Press.

In Washington, officials said there was no immediate threat to the embassy. The decision to “reduce classified holdings” was routine under such circumstances and made by the embassy staff themselves, they added.


Thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AP video still)



Earlier Monday, the State Department once again warned US citizens to avoid travel to Lebanon since the potential for a “spontaneous upsurge in violence remains” in the country, while Lebanese authorities are not able to guarantee protection.

The amateur film ‘Innocence of Muslims’ sparked outrage across the
Middle East, North Africa and Asia last week. Many Muslims were
infuriated by a clip of the film posted to YouTube that mocked Islam’s
Prophet Muhammad. In protests which followed across the world, several
people have been killed and dozens were arrested as angry crowds vented
their anger in front of the US embassies and consulate services.


Thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AP video still)


Thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AP video still)

Thousands march in Beirut on September 17, 2012, to protest the film “Innocence of Muslims” (AP video still)


The
leader of the Shiite Muslim group Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah,
addressing the rally in Beirut on September 17, 2012 (AP video still)



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