On September 11, 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.
The Israeli-American filmmaker of a movie insulting Islam's prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has gone into hiding in the wake of angry protests across the Muslim world.
Speaking to The Associated Press from an undisclosed location on Tuesday, Sam Bacile said he intended his two-hour movie, "Innocence of Muslims," to be a provocative political statement in condemnation of Islam.
"This is a political movie," Bacile said. "The US lost a lot of money and a lot of people in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but we're fighting with ideas."
On Thursday, hundreds of Iranian students gathered outside the Swiss Embassy in the capital Tehran to protest against a Movie recently made in the US and deemed offensive to Islam.
During the protest, Iranian students shouted anti-American and anti-Israeli slogans and called for punishment of the director of the blasphemous movie.
Yemeni protesters also held a rally outside the US Embassy in Sana’a to protest against a blasphemous anti-Islam movie produced in southern California.
A protester was killed when security forces opened fire on the furious demonstrators. Dozens of demonstrators were also injured.
Meanwhile, Egyptians staged a similar demonstration outside the US Embassy in Cairo in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Security forces scuffled with demonstrators and fired tear gas at the angry protesters.