|Protests against anti-Islam film continue|
|Saturday, 15 September 2012 11:04|
Protests against an American produced anti-Islam film which insults the Prophet Mohammed are spreading across the Arab world with four people having been killed in clashes outside the United States Embassy in Qatar.
The four protestors died in a stampede after the security forces fired warning shots.
In Yemen, the police had to use teargas and opened fire on the angry protestors who were determined to reach the American Embassy for the second day.
Reports say people headed towards the mission after their traditional Friday prayers.
Meanwhile, British and German Embassies have also been stormed by protestors in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum.
The embassies of the close allies of the United States have been caught in the cross fire as violent protestors smashed windows ripped down and burnt the two countries flags.
On Wednesday, an American Ambassador to Libya and three other diplomatic staffers were killed after an angry mob attacked a United States Consulate in the Libyan City of Benghazi, over the same film which insulted Prophet Mohammed.