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Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film

Hassan Nasrallah addresses thousands of supporters who took to the streets of southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam

Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah addresses thousands of supporters who took to the streets of southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)
Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah addresses thousands of supporters who took to the streets of southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)
Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah group hold a picture of the group's leader Hassan Nasrallah as they march during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance at the rally, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)
Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah group march with Lebanese flags during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance at the rally, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)
Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
A supporter of Lebanon's Hezbollah group holds a copy of the Koran, Islam's holy book, during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance at the rally, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)
Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah group march during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance at the rally, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)
Hezbollah chief speaks out against anti-Islam film
A supporter of Lebanon's Hezbollah group holds a sign as she marches with others during a rally in southern Beirut to denounce a film mocking Islam on September 17, 2012. Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who made a rare public appearance at the rally, has called for a week of protests across the country over the low-budget, US-made film, describing it as the 'worst attack ever on Islam.' (AFP/Getty Images)