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Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet

Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators are angered by a film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority in the US

Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptian protesters pray outside the US embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012 during a demonstration against a film deemed offensive to Islam. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptian riot police stand guard as protesters climb down from the wall of the US embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012 during a demonstration against a film deemed offensive to Islam. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptian riot police stand guard outside the US embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012 during a demonstration against a film deemed offensive to Islam. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptians protest outside the US embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012 against a film deemed offensive to Islam. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Thousands protest outside the US embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012 against a film deemed offensive to Islam. Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptian protesters raise inside the US embassy a black flag inscribed with the Muslim profession of belief: 'There is no God but God and Mohammed is the prophet of God' during a protest against a film deemed offensive to Islam in Cairo on September 11, 2012. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptian protesters raise inside the US embassy a black flag inscribed with the Muslim profession of belief: 'There is no God but God and Mohammed is the prophet of God' during a protest against a film deemed offensive to Islam in Cairo on September 11, 2012. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)
Egyptian Muslims demonstrate against film about Prophet
Egyptians protest outside the US embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012 against a film deemed offensive to Islam. Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by the film produced by expatriate members of Egypt's Christian minority resident in the United States, tore down the US flag during the protest at the embassy. (AFP/Getty Images)