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Protests took place in Muslim countries across the world today against the American-made video which has caused so much controversy.
In Pakistan, at least 15 people have been killed. It was supposed to be a government-declared "special day of love" for the Prophet Muhammad in Pakistan today.
But it quickly descended into violence.
Anger over the controversial film has reached such highs in the Arab World, that Pakistan's Prime Minister has called for an international law banning blasphemy.
In an attempt to dampen the anger, the US Embassy in Pakistan released an advert featuring American leaders denouncing the amateur movie.
But their words seem to have fallen on deaf ears.
It's now 10 days since protests started across the World against the controversial film.
Demonstrators also took to the streets in Libya Egypt, Yemen, Iran, and Iraq today as the levels of fury continue to rise.