and the Pakistani government, which many fundamentalist leaders regard as subservient to Washington. "Critics of the government's decision to declare a holiday express reservations that the move would encourage people to participate in the protests, which may turn violent," Pakistan's Daily Times newspaper stated in an editorial Friday. "The apprehension is not without weight. "Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said the responsibility for Friday's violence lay with the country's Islamist parties and fundamentalist mullahs who encouraged protesters to act out violently. "The [fundamentalist] leaders who called for these protests had the responsibility to calm down the protesters," Kaira said. "Instead, those leaders incited them. Today, the enemies of Islam and those involved in this act [of blasphemy] would be very happy.
e trailer posted on YouTube that portrayed Muhammad as a womanizer and a fraud. The release of the 14 minute video sparked violent protests in the Arab world and several other Muslim countries. The furor over the video has waned to some degree, although Germany on Friday joined France and other nations in closing embassies in some Muslim countries. But anger has revved up in Pakistan, where hard line Islamist political parties have seized on the issue and have organized demonstrations almost daily. The fervor reached a new height Friday, forcing the government to deploy soldiers to defend Islamabad's diplomatic enclave and block cellphone service in the capital and other large cities. Freight containers were positioned on streets leading to the enclave to bar the way of protesters. On one street, throngs of demonstrators toppled two freight containers and clashed with police by the Serena Hotel, Nike Women Air Max Thea Se which regularly accommodates visiting diplomats and dignitaries. "We can never tolerate any blasphemous words against our beloved prophet," said Shakeel Ahmad, a young shopkeeper, his eyes reddened from clouds of tear gas.
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in English but subtitled in Urdu, Pakistan's primary language. The move, however, appeared to do little to appease people in a country where anti American sentiment has pervaded society for years and continues to grow. Several protesters marching toward the diplomatic enclave in Islamabad said they wanted to see Washington do much more, including taking action against the man who made the film: Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, an Egyptian immigrant living in Cerritos. The Pakistani government's declaration of Friday as a day of protest was meant to give people an opportunity to vent their anger, though officials had urged demonstrators not to resort to violence.
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