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Western embassies edgy as Muslim anger at film simmers

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A supporter of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic organization holds up a placard while taking part with others in an anti-American rally in Lahore on September 16, 2012. About 4000 protesters gathered at a rally to condemn a film produced in the U.S. mocking the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza

A supporter of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic organization holds up a placard while taking part with others in an anti-American rally in Lahore on September 16, 2012. About 4000 protesters gathered at a rally to condemn a film produced in the U.S. mocking the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
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Afghan protesters shout slogans during a demonstration in Kabul, September 16, 2012. Hundreds of Afghans protested against a U.S.-made film they say insults the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Afghan protesters shout slogans during a demonstration in Kabul, September 16, 2012. Hundreds of Afghans protested against a U.S.-made film they say insults the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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Mourners gather in a cemetery during the funeral of a protester who was killed on Friday when protesters stormed the U.S. embassy's compound in Tunis September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

Mourners gather in a cemetery during the funeral of a protester who was killed on Friday when protesters stormed the U.S. embassy's compound in Tunis September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
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Protesters from Hizb ut-Tahrir demonstrate against insults to Islam at the American Embassy in London September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall

Protesters from Hizb ut-Tahrir demonstrate against insults to Islam at the American Embassy in London September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Riot policemen rest while clearing Tahrir Square and the area around the U.S embassy of demonstrators after clashes, at Tahrir Square in Cairo September 15, 2012. Hundreds of riot police sealed off the area near the U.S. embassy in Cairo on Saturday and the interior minister said he would restore calm after four days of clashes between police and Egyptians incensed by a film denigrating the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El...more

Riot policemen rest while clearing Tahrir Square and the area around the U.S embassy of demonstrators after clashes, at Tahrir Square in Cairo September 15, 2012. Hundreds of riot police sealed off the area near the U.S. embassy in Cairo on Saturday and the interior minister said he would restore calm after four days of clashes between police and Egyptians incensed by a film denigrating the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Lebanese Islamists attempt to burn an Israeli and a U.S. flag to protest against a film they consider blasphemous to Islam and insulting to the Prophet Mohammad, in Tripoli, northern Lebanon September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Lebanese Islamists attempt to burn an Israeli and a U.S. flag to protest against a film they consider blasphemous to Islam and insulting to the Prophet Mohammad, in Tripoli, northern Lebanon September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Riot policemen walk past debris in Tahrir Square after clashes between demonstrators and riot policemen in Cairo September 15, 2012. Hundreds of riot police sealed off the area near the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Saturday and the interior minister said he would restore calm after four days of clashes between police and Egyptians incensed by a film denigrating Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Riot policemen walk past debris in Tahrir Square after clashes between demonstrators and riot policemen in Cairo September 15, 2012. Hundreds of riot police sealed off the area near the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Saturday and the interior minister said he would restore calm after four days of clashes between police and Egyptians incensed by a film denigrating Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Supporters of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI), a religious and political party, shout slogans during an anti-American demonstration in Islamabad September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

Supporters of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI), a religious and political party, shout slogans during an anti-American demonstration in Islamabad September 16, 2012. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
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