On September 11, US Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other consulate staff members were killed in Benghazi after clashes involving a group of angry demonstrators near the consulate building.
At least four Yemeni protesters were killed last week after US embassy guards in Sana'a opened fire on protesters trying to break into the building.
Sam Bacile, a real estate developer, has assumed responsibility for the film released on the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, which he said was made thanks to Zionists donations totaling $ 5 million.
Tunisia’s ruling Ennahda party has said that Muslims have "the right to protest" against a French magazine's publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).
"Ennahda backs the right of Muslims to protest..…it is a new attack against the Prophet", said the party in a statement on Wednesday.
This comes as the French Charlie Hebdo magazine printed cartoons featuring a figure resembling Islam’s Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, 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.
Earlier on September 14, at least four people were killed and dozens injured in an attack on the United States Embassy in Tunis by angry demonstrators protesting the production of the anti-Islam movie.
Anti-US demonstrations, which began on September 11 over the anti-Islam film, were held across the Muslim world, with protesters storming US embassies and torching US flags.
Muslims in Iran, Turkey, Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kashmir, Pakistan, India, Iraq, Gaza, Syria, Kuwait, Nigeria, Kenya, Australia, Britain, the United States, France, Belgium, and some other countries held many demonstrations to condemn the insulting movie.