Moroccan demonstrators burn a US flag during a protest against the anti-Islam movie produced by an Israeli-American in the United States on September 12, 2012.
Thousands of Moroccan protesters have once again taken to the streets to express their anger over the anti-Islam movie produced by an Israeli-American in the United States.
Reports say that the protests took place on Monday in the city of Tangiers in northern Morocco and several other towns across the country.
Chanting anti-US and anti-Israeli slogans, the protestors slammed all countries that have dealings with Washington and Tel Aviv.
Earlier on September 12, thousands of Muslims gathered outside the U.S. consulate in Morocco's largest city Casablanca to protest the US-made anti-Islam movie.
The Muslim world is outraged at the US for allowing the production of the blasphemous video, which insults the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and depicts Islam as an oppressive religion.
Anti-US demonstrations, which began on September 11 over the anti-Islam film, have been held across the Muslim world, with protesters storming US embassies and torching US flags.
Muslims in Iran, Turkey, Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kashmir, Pakistan, India, Iraq, Gaza, Syria, Kuwait, Nigeria, Kenya, Australia, Britain, the United States, France, Belgium, and some other countries have held many demonstrations to condemn the insulting movie.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday that the blasphemous movie has been produced by anti-Islam Israeli-American Sam Bacile.
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