In Lebanon, tens of thousands of demonstrators flooded the streets of the Southern coastal city of Tyre in protest of the blasphemous anti-Islam film. Tens of thousands of Lebanese flocked to the streets of the southern coastal city of Tyre to deplore a bigot film, "Innocence of Muslims", which seeks to defame Islam and the holy Prophet of Islam. People from all walks of life chanted anti-U.S and anti-Israel slogans and renewed the oath voiced by Hezbollah's Secretary General, Sayyed Hassan Nasr-Allah, expressing willingness of ultimate sacrifice in defense of the Prophet of Islam and his dignity. Representing Hezbollah was Sheikh Nabil Kawouk who voiced warnings to the U.S and France on the backdrop of the newer offense issued in the French weekly "Charlie Hebdo". "Kawouk" claimed that the caricature, that pokes fun at the Prophet of Islam and Muslims, is a blatant assault, which Muslims will not accept. Christian scholars, who stood alongside Muslim Scholars in heading the rally, condemned the offense against any religion and warned of the West's Islamophobic campaign against Islam. They called on their Muslim brothers to practice self-restraint and refrain from reacting instinctively as that is merely a ploy which will the West will use to smear the distort the true image of Islam. Demonstrators who regret not being able to take part in the largest rally recorded yet which swept Beirut's Southern Suburb on Monday, pledged that they will not come short in expressing their anger peacefully and in defending their Prophet to whom everything precious falls cheap. A series of protests are expected to continue in Lebanon for the remainder of this week and are expected to have large popular representation to counter the hate-mongering plots against Muslims. From Beirut to South Lebanon, people have taken to the streets answering the calls of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah who pledged that the movement would continue until the door of abuse is closed once and for all.