Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who claimed to have made the film fanning the flames against the U.S. in the Muslim world, said today on a radio station that he did not regret what was done. Nakoula, 55, who lives in California, USA.
Iranian officials also asked the United States apologized to Muslims for the film. They say it is only one form of defamation of Islam in the West, the U.S. private fund sponsors, described the Prophet Mohammed as a stupid and gay.
First Vice President of Iran says Tehran will seek, pursue who has insulted 1.5 billion Muslims in the world and insulting Prophet Mohammed.
The rally continues in Asia and the Middle East on 17/9. The protesters in the city of Karachi, Pakistan's commercial center.
Indonesian police used water cannons and tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters outside the U.S. embassy in the city of Jakarta, Indonesia.
People in the Afghan city of Kabul burned cars and shops, throw stones towards security forces.
The crowd in the city of Lahore throwing stones at the police and burning the American flag near the U.S. consulate.
In the city of Beirut, capital of Lebanon, the leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah appeared before tens of thousands of people to protest against the film and blamed the United States.