Protests rage on in Balochistan against anti-Islam film

A number of religious parties and organizations held rallies against the blasphemous film in various towns of Balochistan, including the provincial capital, on Sunday.
Dozens of workers of an NGO, Al-Falah Education, staged a demonstration outside the Quetta Press Club.
Participants carried placards and banners and chanted anti-US slogans.
Speakers criticized the rulers, saying they should give up the slavery of the US and promptly sever diplomatic relations with it. They said Muslims would never tolerate blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and were ready to render sacrifices in the name of Islam. A protest rally was taken out in Dalbandin town of Chagai district by JUI-Ideological and Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat. Jamaat Ahl-e-Sunnah leaders Sanaullah Farooqi, and Hafiz Hamdallah said profane acts by the US against Islam were a conspiracy but Pakistani rulers had kept mum over it. They demanded stern action against the US filmmaker. Meanwhile, a protest rally was also organized by Jamaat Ahl-e-Sunnah in Nushki where protestors marched through the roads chanting anti-US slogans and condemning the blasphemous film.