Arab and Islamic capitals witnessed Wednesday massive protests condemning the anti-Islam film which offended Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), and which was produced in the United States by American-Israeli real-estate developer.
Calls for protests on Friday were also released in most of the Arab and Islamic countries to express rejection to the West's immoral acts that contradict human rights.
In the Egyptian Capital, thousands of Egyptians took to the streets condemning the film, as the Muslim Brotherhood called for another protest on Friday.
Secretary General of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement in Egypt, Mahmoud Hussein, was quoted as saying that the movement called for organizing peaceful demonstrations in rejection of offending the religious believes and Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), and that is after the Friday prayers from the main mosques in all the Egyptian provinces.
For its part, the Egyptian government demanded the Egyptian people to have self control.
Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil said that the film was a complete moral disgrace, stressing that "all the Egyptian people, Muslims and Christians, express their fury and rejection to this offense."
He further assured that the government will take the right measures against that.
In the Moroccan capital, hundreds of people demonstrated near the American Consular in condemnation to the offensive film, chanting slogans against the United States, and calling for protests all around the country.
In Tunisia, the police used tear and gas bombs to seperate angry protestors near the US embassy. The Tunisian Interior Ministry spokesperson stated that the police interfered when the protestors tried to break into the embassy after they burned the American flag.
Hundreds of people also protested in the Sudanese Capital, Khartoum, and the US embassy there said that the rally was organized by a group called "the Sudanese Youth".
Sources said that representitives of the group met with officials in the embassy and handed them a letter demanding the United States to appologize and to prevent broadcasting the film on the internet.
In this context, Houthis Chief in Yemen Abdul Malek Houthi considered that this US act proved to the world the American policy's moral disgrace. He called on all the Muslims and free people in the world to protest in all regions against the US policy and against its attempts to spread division among Muslims in the world.