100,000 Muslims march attacking America for daring to have free speech
- Freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom of thought are not allowed under Islam.
Biggest-ever rally over an anti-Islamic film has brought scores to Beirut, Lebanon, following a call for mass demonstrations by Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah.
Bottom Line - Muslims are angry that other nations have freedom of speech and allow people to speak out against the insanity of Islamic authoritarianism.
Most of the demonstrators were wearing green and yellow headbands, indicating membership in Hezbollah.
"America, hear us – don't insult our Prophet," the protesters were chanting. The rally was split into two columns, with women marching separately from men reports RT News.
Shouts of "Death to Israel" and "America is the biggest devil" could also be heard from the crowd, as RT's Lucy Kafanov reported from the scene. A protester, nevertheless, told RT that the demonstrators' anger is not with the American people, but with the US government for allowing the film to spread.
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Muslims show no respect for other religions.