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Islamic groups plan more protests

The leader of Pakistan’s main Islamic alliance has said there will no let up in protests against cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad. Qazi Hussain Ahmed, the leader of six-party MMA, made the comments after being released from house arrest. In a separate incident 23 people were arrested after two churches were burned down by a mob. The cartoons, first published in Denmark in September, have angered Muslims across the world. Islamic tradition prohibits any depiction of Allah or the Prophet. Several people have died in protests, including five in Pakistan. Full Story

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