Egyptian protesters burn the US flag during a demonstration against the American anti-Islam film on September 12, 2012.
At least 30 people have been wounded during the clashes between Egyptian police and protesters outside the US embassy in the capital city Cairo.
According to Egypt’s Health Ministry, some 16 protesters and 14 security personnel, including three officers and 11 soldiers, have been injured.
The Egyptian Ambulance Authority also said that seven injured protesters have been transferred to the neighboring hospitals.
The clashes broke out during the early hours of Thursday as protesters chanted in the streets against an anti-Islam movie produced by an Israeli-American.
Security forces scuffled with demonstrators and fired tear gas at the angry protesters.
The angry protesters on Thursday demanded the US government apologize to the Muslim world over the release of the blasphemous movie.
Egyptian protesters held similar demonstrations outside the embassy during the past two days.
On Tuesday, thousands of Egyptians stormed the embassy, scaled its walls, pulled down the US flag and called for the expulsion of the US ambassador to Egypt.
A few hours later, clashes broke out at the US consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi after a group of people held a demonstration to protest against the anti-Islam movie.
US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three staff members of the US consulate were killed during clashes at the consulate building.
Outrage is growing across the Muslim world over the USD 5-million movie that was financed by more than 100 Zionists.