Anti-Islam Film: Protesters try to enter diplomatic enclave in ISB

Anti-Islam Film: Protesters try to enter diplomatic enclave in ISB

Islamabad : Pakistan | Sep 20, 2012 at 4:52 AM PDT
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Pakistanis continue anti-Islam film protests

ISLAMABAD: Demonstrators continued to express their anger and kept registering their protest, staging rallies and demonstrations across the country on Thursday.

Protesters in the federal capital tried to make their way the diplomatic enclave but were stopped by police officials. Containers had been placed by the police to restrict the protesters from entering the red zone.

Police also used shelling to deter the protesters from entering the red zone.

Students also protested in Karachi leading to traffic jams in several areas of the metropolis. The Peoples Students Federation protested outside the US Consulate in Peshawar. Several traders from the city also took part in protests against the anti-Islam film.

In Lahore the paramedical staff protested at the Jinnah Hospital and took out a rally. Over in Quetta students took out a rally while students and teachers of the Balochistan University of Information Technology also protested against the anti-Islam film.

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Anti-Islam Film: Protesters try to enter diplomatic enclave in ISB
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