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په مالیزیا، بنګلادیش، او پاکستان کي هم نن په افغانستان کې د امریکايي ځواکونو له خوا د قرآن کریم د سوځولو په خلاف مظاهرې ترسره شوې..

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Malaysian protestors display a banner in front of the US embassy after Friday prayers in Kuala Lumpur on February 24, 2012 following the news over the burning of Korans at a US-run base in Afghanistan. US President Barack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at the US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of violent protests have killed 14 people, including two US soldiers.

A protester holds up a copy of the the Koran during a demonstration in front of the US embassy after Friday prayers in Kuala Lumpur on February 24, 2012 following the news over the burning of Korans at a US-run base in Afghanistan. US President Barack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at the US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of violent protests have killed 14 people, including two US soldiers.

A Muslim demonstrator displays a copy of the Koran during a rally to protest against a Koran-burning incident in Afghanistan, outside the U.S. embassy in Kuala Lumpur February 24, 2012. U.S. President Barack Obama apologized on Thursday for the burning of copies of the Islam's holy book on a US base in Afghanistan, an incident that has triggered far more outcry than another shocking incident: the emergence of a video last month showing Marines urinating on the corpses of what appear to be dead Taliban fighters.

Malaysian anti-riot police stand guard in front of the US embassy during a protest after Friday prayers in Kuala Lumpur on February 24, 2012 following the news over the burning of Korans at a US-run base in Afghanistan. US President Barack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at the US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of violent protests have killed 14 people, including two US soldiers.

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Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

Activists of a Bangladeshi Islamic political group stage a demonstration in Dhaka on February 24, 2012 following Koran desecration in Afghanistan. At least another eight people have been killed, including two Nato soldiers, in violence across Afghanistan, after the burning of the Koran at a US base.

د پاکستان په مختلفو ښارونو لکه پيښور، کراچي او اسلام اباد کې هم د جمعیت علماء اسلام او جماعت الدعوة تنظیمونو له خوا مظاهرې ترسره شوې:

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Karachi on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Lahore on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Karachi on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Pakistani Muslims shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Quetta on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Karachi on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Pakistani Muslims shout anti-US slogans as they march during a protest in Quetta on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Lahore on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Lahore on February 24, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. Pakistan strongly condemned the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, saying it was important that 'utterly irresponsible and reprehensible things do not recur'. At least 14 people, including two American soldiers, have been killed in three days of furious anti-US protests in Afghanistan over the burning.

 

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