Pakistani authorities have blocked about 20,000 websites, including YouTube, for hosting "objectionable" material like footage from the anti-Islam movie "Innocence of Muslims", an official said on Monday.
SL will impose a ban to prevent a controversial anti-Islam film from being aired in the country after widespread protests across the Muslim world.
A leading figure of the Sunni sect of Islam in Egypt has called on Muslims to maintain "peace" and show "patience and wisdom" while reacting over anti-Islam actions across the world.
France has a five million Muslim population, the largest in Europe.
With some Muslim organisations protesting for the past few days over a controversial American movie, officials of the US Consulate here met the City Police Commissioner S George on Thursday.
The US asked its citizens visiting Pakistan to "maintain extra vigilance" in the wake of recent violent protests in Muslim countries against an anti-Islam movie.
The demonstrations ended peacefully and no violence took place.
Day in Pics: 31st August
Showbiz World - August 31, 2014
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