Earlier, US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton had telephoned Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal to discuss the ant-American violence in the Middle East due to the controversial film. Prince Saud has also stressed dialogue among different religions and cultures along with appeal to people not to abuse, offend or vilify religions, their prophets and symbols.
So far, at least nine people were killed in the protests across the Middle East besides three Americans, including its envoy, were killed in an attack on a U.S. mission in Libya a few days ago.
The violence spread to Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia, Sudan, Yemen and angry protests were held in over 20 Muslim-dominated countries over an anti-Islam movie, a trailer of which was uploaded on YouTube.
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