Pakistan - Protest Against Danish Cartoons Publication
Supporters of religious party Jamiat- e- Ulma- e- Islam chant anti-US slogans to protest against the publication of cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammad, during a rally in Quetta, Pakistan. A Danish newspaper was the first to publish 12 cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, which have provoked protests by Muslims around the world because images of the prophet are forbidden by Islam.
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