Indian Muslims burn a U.S. flag during a protest rally against the anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims" that ridicules Islam's Prophet Muhammad, in Jammu, India, on Sept. 28.
A man faints during a protest rally after Friday prayers near the U.S Embassy in Dhaka on Sept. 28. Police stopped an attempt by Muslims to besiege the U.S embassy in Dhaka as thousands of protesters gathered near the embassy to demonstrate against an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. and cartoons mocking Prophet Muhammad in a French magazine, local media reported.
A veiled Pakistani lawyer tries to beat a U.S. flag with his shoe near the U.S. Embassy in the diplomatic enclave during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Islamabad on Sept. 28. Hundreds of Pakistani lawyers rallied in Islamabad against an anti-Islam film made in the U.S., burning an effigy of President Barack Obama and demanding expulsion of the American ambassador. Violence triggered by the film, which mocks the Prophet Muhammad, has claimed around 50 lives, including that of the U.S. ambassador to Libya.
A young Thai Sunni Muslim demonstrator holds a sign against his head as he takes part in a protest with 250 other demonstrators outside the U.S. Embassy, in Bangkok, Thailand on Sept. 27. The protesters from the Muslim Group for Peace were protesting against a film considered insulting to the Muslim prophet Muhammad. They moved on to the Thailand office of Google Inc. to demand it withdraw the controversial film Innocence of Muslims from its Youtube service.
A convoy of police vehicles carrying anti-Islamic filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula leaves a courthouse garage following a hearing in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sept. 27. Egyptian born Nakoula was arrested for allegedly violating his probation in a 2010 bank fraud case. Nakoula was ordered to be held without bail as he was deemed a flight risk and a danger to the community.
Muslims in Dhaka, Bangladesh chant slogans protesting an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. on Wednesday. Police stopped an attempt by protesters to storm the U.S Embassy in Dhaka.
Muslims pray during a protest in Athens on Sunday, the first such demonstration in Greece against the film, which mocks Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
Police use tear gasto disperse protesters in central Athens on Sunday. Hundreds staged a rally in the Greek capital on Sunday to protest a film that mocks Islam's Prophet Muhammad. It was the first such demonstration in Greece.
A girl holds a rose during a protest in central Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, during a protest Sunday against a movie trailer and cartoons produced in the U.S. and France that malign Prophet Muhammad. Her headband reads: "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is His prophet."
Supporters of the religious political party Markazi Jamiat Ahlehadith Pakistan protest in Karachi on Sunday. The banner behind the men reads, "Muslims united to protest against insulting film - America and Jews are big terrorists." The day before, on Saturday, a Pakistani minister offered $100,000 to anyone who kills the maker of the film, believed to be an Egyptian expat living in California.
Policemen detain a demonstrator against the film "Innocence of Muslims" in Lahore on Sept. 21. At least 13 died in violent protests that erupted anew on Friday in the majority-Muslim country.
Pakistan Minister of Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hold a press conference on Sept. 21, amid raging protests in Pakistan and elsewhere in the Muslim world against a U.S. made film that insults Islam.
A wounded Pakistani protester is helped by others after clashes with riot police that erupted as demonstrators tried to approach the U.S. embassy on Sept. 21.
A young woman holds a copy of the Quran during a demonstration against an "Innocence of Muslims," a U.S.-made film that has an insulting portrayal of the prophet Muhammad on Sept. 21.
Protesters torch a cinema on Sept 21 during nationwide protests against an anti-Islam film. Violence erupted and at least 13 were dead despite the government's appeal to protesters to keep demonstrations peaceful.
Supporters of Hezbollah shout anti-U.S. slogans as they carry Hezbollah flags during a mass rally to denounce an anti-Islam film, in Baalbeck at Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, on Sept. 21.
Protesters shout slogans during a protest on a road leading to the U.S. embassy on Sept. 21. They were protesting an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. mocking the Prophet Muhammad.
Pakistani demonstrators react beside burning tires as they block a main highway during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Rawalpindi on Sept. 21.
Afghan protesters set fire to a U.S. flag as they shout slogans during a demonstration in Kabul on Sept. 21.
Indian Muslim women walk past policemen standing guard outside the U.S. Consulate in Hyderabad, India, Sept. 21. Security has been tightened around the diplomatic mission amid recent protests against an anti-Islam flim called "Innocence of Muslims," which mocked Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
Muslims perform a mock execution of the filmmaker of an anti-Islam film during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka on Sept. 21. About 10,000 Bangladeshi Muslims participated in demonstrations in the country's capital after Friday prayers.
A protester holds a placard saying 'Muhammad: man of truth' during a protest against the anti-Islam film, "Innocence of Muslims" in front of U.S. embassy in the Malaysian capital on Sept. 21.
Riot police arrest a student as demonstrators attempt to reach the U.S. Embassy to protest a film that mocks the Prophet Muhammad on Sept. 20. At least 11 people were injured as police fired live rounds and tear gas to break up a crowd of around 1,000 protesting students.
A masked youth attends a strike in Srinagar, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, on Sept. 18. Several local groups called for all shops, business establishments, schools, colleges and government offices to be closed and public transport to remain off the roads throughout Kashmir to protest the anti-Islam film that has sparked violent protests across the world.
Palestinian youths throw stones towards Israeli border police (not seen) in the Shuafat refugee camp in the West Bank near Jerusalem on Sept. 18. Clashes between police and demonstrators erupted following a protest against a film mocking the Prophet Muhammad.
Muslim protesters clash with police officers during a protest against the film 'Innocence of Muslims' outside the U.S. Embassy on Sept. 17. Police fired tear gas to ward off the protestors, who were mostly members of hardline Muslim groups such as the Islamic Defenders' Front, and arrested two people, reports said.
Pakistani policemen arrest activists from Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba, a student wing of the hardline Sunni party Jamaat-e-Islami, near the U.S. consulate during a protest against an anti-Islam movie in Karachi on Sept. 17. Two protesters died in Pakistan as a violent backlash against a film made in the U.S. mocking Islam spread across the region.
Afghan police stand by burning tires during a protest on Sept. 17. Hundreds of Afghans burned cars and threw rocks at a U.S. military base as a demonstration against an anti-Islam film that ridicules the Prophet Muhammad turned violent in the Afghan capital early Monday.
Demonstrators hold placards during a protest against the film, "Innocence of Muslims" outside the U.S. embassy in central London on Sept. 16. The group gathered for the second time at the embassy to protest over the film, the release of which has sparked violent protest in much of the Muslim world.
Supporters of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic organization raise their hands during an anti-American rally in Lahore on Sept. 16. About 4,000 protesters gathered in a rally to condemn a film produced in the U.S. mocking the Prophet Muhammad .
A Shi'ite Muslim wears a headband during a march towards the U.S. Consulate during an anti-American protest rally organized by the Imamia Students Organization and Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen in Karachi, Sept. 16.
An interior view shows the American school one day after it was ransacked in Tunis, Tunisia, on Sept. 15. The death toll from rioting at the U.S. embassy in the Tunisian capital Tunis over an anti-Islam film was raised to four on Saturday.
A teacher comforts a schoolgirl crying after witnessing the damage inside the American School after it was attacked by protesters in Tunis Sept. 15. the attack on the school was provoked by a film that mocks the Prophet Muhammad.
Protesters shout slogans in Sydney on Sept. 15, as a wave of unrest against a film that mocks Islam spread to Australia, bringing hundreds out to demonstrate.
Mourners shout slogans as they carry the coffin of Muhammad al-Tuwaiti, a protester shot dead on Thursday as riot police dispersed protesters who stormed the U.S. embassy's compound in Sanaa, during his funeral in Sanaa Sept. 15.
Demonstrators protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Casablanca on Friday, Sept. 14, during a rally against the anti-Islam film produced in the United States and its portrayal of Prophet Muhammad.
Henry Jardine, right, Deputy Chief of Mission of U.S. Embassy in Tirana, thanks a group of people holding a candlelight vigil in front of the U.S. Embassy in Tirana, Albania, on Sept. 14, to commemorate ambassador Chris Stevens, who was killed on Sept. 11 when armed men stormed the U.S. consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
Smoke rises from the U.S. embassy as protesters attempt to storm the building in Khartoum, Sudan, Sept. 14. Media reports state that the German and British embassies in Khartoum were also attacked by angry protesters railing against an anti-Islam film. Security forces used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was trying to set the building alight.
Sudanese demonstrators walk out after Friday prayers to the German and U.S. embassies in Khartoum Sept. 14. Sudanese demonstrators broke into the U.S. and German embassy compounds in Khartoum and raised Islamic flags on Friday in state-backed protests against a film that insults the Prophet Muhammad.
A pall of smoke rises above protesters after they set alight cars in the U.S. embassy parking lot in Tunis, Sept. 14. Thousands of demonstrators massed outside the embassy and several were seen climbing the outer wall of the embassy grounds.
Somali youths hold aloft a copy of the Koran during a demonstration in Mogadishu on Sept. 14 against a film that mocks Islam.
Palestinian Hamas supporters burn a U.S. flag during a protest in Gaza City, Sept. 14, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
Protesters try to stop clashes between other protesters and police during a demonstration, condemning a U.S.-made film which they say insults the Prophet Muhammad, near the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Sept. 14.
Indian police stop Kashmiri Muslim protesters as they shouts anti-U.S. and anti- Israel slogans to protest against a controversial anti-Islam film outside the Grand Mosque in Srinagar, Sept. 14. Reports state that hundreds of muslims staged a rally to protest, against an anti-Islam film made in the U.S.
A Hardee's and a KFC fast food outlet burns after protesters set the building on fire in Tripoli, northern Lebanon on Sept. 14.
Lebanese security forces fire shots to disperse men ransacking U.S. fast food chains Hardee's and KFC as they protest against the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims" in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on Sept. 14.
Afghans burn the U.S. flag in Ghanikhel district of Nangarhar province, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sept. 14 during a protest against an anti-Islam film which depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman.
Thousands of Iranian demonstrators take part during an anti-U.S. and Israeli demonstration. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called on the United States Friday to punish the producers of an anti-Islam film, parts of which were shown on You Tube.
“If the American officials are sincere in their claim that they have nothing to do with this film, then they must punish all elements behind this huge ugly crime,” Khamenei said in a statement carried by state media.
Kashmiri lawyers listen during a demonstration against the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims" in Srinagar on Sept. 14.
Protesters run from tear gas released by riot police during clashes near the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen, Sept. 14, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
Protesters carry an injured man who was hurt during clashes along a road leading to the U.S. embassy, near Tahrir Square in Cairo on Sept. 14. Egyptian protesters, angry at a film they say insults Prophet Muhammad, hurled stones on Friday at a line of police in Cairo blocking their way to the U.S. embassy, which was attacked earlier this week.
Protesters climb a fence at the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa on Sept. 13. Hundreds of Yemeni demonstrators protested against a film they consider blasphemous to Islam, and security guards tried to hold them off by firing into the air.
A protester chants slogans during a protest march to the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa on Sept. 13.
Yemeni protesters storm the US Embassy during a protest against a film deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Sept.13.
Protesters run as riot police fire tear gas at them outside the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa on Sept. 13.
Protesters outside the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen, on Sept. 13.
A protester sustained injuries from a confrontation with riot police who fired tear gas at them outside the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa on Sept. 13.
A Libyan man walks in the rubble of the damaged U.S. consulate, in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 13. The American ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed when a mob of protesters and gunmen overwhelmed the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, setting fire to it in outrage over a film that ridicules Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
An Iranian protestor holds a poster of the late revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini during a demonstration against a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad, in front of the Swiss Embassy in Tehran, which represents US interests in Iran, on Sept. 13. About 50 protesters gathered in Tehran outside the Swiss Embassy, which looks after U.S. diplomatic interests in Iran, shouting ``Death to America'' and condemning the film. The embassy is heavily guarded by Iranian riot police and there are no reports of violence.
An Egyptian protester throws a stone at riot police during protests near the US Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, on Sept. 13.
An Egyptian protester runs from a burning police car during clashes with riot police, near the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, on Sept. 13.
A protester runs from tear gas released by riot police during clashes along a road which leads to the U.S. Embassy, near Tahrir Square in Cairo on Sept. 13.
An Egyptian protester walks past a burning police truck during clashes near the U.S. Embassy and Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sept. 13. At least 13 people were injured, including 10 riot police, in clashes between protesters and security forces overnight.
A demonstrator holds a placard during a rally to condemn the killers of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and the attack on the U.S. consulate, in Benghazi on Sept. 12. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three embassy staff were killed in the attack on the Benghazi consulate and a safe house refuge.
Palestinians protest against the movie "Innocence of Muslims," near the U.N. office in Gaza City on Sept. 12. The banner reads in Arabic "You are more dear than my father and mother my beloved prophet Muhammad."
Protesters burn the American flag during a demonstration outside the U.S. Embassy in Tunis on Sept. 12. Tunisian police fired teargas and rubber bullets into the air on Wednesday to disperse a protest, a Reuters reporter said.
Muslims pray outside the U.S. Embassy in Tunis on Sept. 12 during a protest to demand the closure of the embassy.
Egyptian soldiers stand guard in front of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Sept. 12.
The inside of the burned out U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is seen on Wednesday, Sept. 12. Christopher Stevens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya, and three embassy staff were killed Sept 11 as they rushed away from the building, which was stormed by gunmen.
People inspect the damage at the U.S. consulate the day after armed men stormed the compound in Benghazi, Libya.
President Obama makes a statement in response to the attack at the U.S. consulate in Libya as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks on Sept. 12 at the Rose Garden of the White House.
Protesters shout slogans outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, on Sept. 12. A day earlier, protesters angered by a film against the Prophet Muhammad scaled an embassy wall in an unprecedented security breach. Several tore down the U.S. flag before they were removed by security reinforcements rushed to the area.
The U.S. consulate in Benghazi is seen in flames after gunmen attacked the compound on the evening of Sept. 11, clashing with Libyan security forces before the latter withdrew as they came under heavy fire.
A man waves his rifle as buildings and cars are engulfed in flames inside the U.S. consulate compound in Benghazi on Sept. 11.
Flames are seen inside the U.S. consulate compound in Benghazi on Sept. 11.
Protesters tear down the U.S. flag at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Sept. 11.
Protesters shout outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Sept. 11.
Protesters, one holding a flare, chant outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Sept. 11 as night fell.
Protesters gather outside the the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Sept. 11.