Egyptians to stage protest against insulting movie on Muslim Prophet
Fars News Agency
Egyptian people plan to stage a massive rally in front of the US embassy in Cairo to voice their protest at a recently produced movie insulting Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
According to a report by Egyptian daily Youm 7, different Egyptian social groups, including Muslims, Christian Copts (member of the Egyptian Coptic Church), liberals, military and non-military groups announced that they will take part in the rally.
In addition different political groups and parties have announced their preparedness to take part in today's protest.
They plan to gather in front of the US embassy to condemn the movie produced by a group of extremist Egyptian Copts in the US.
Earlier, Grand Mufti of Egypt Sheikh Ali Gomaa strongly condemned the movie which denigrates Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), saying it is offensive to all Muslims.
Prophet Muhammad is our guide and light, he said.
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