Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, hosts a mass demonstration

At the request of the Pakistani Sunni Tehreek, Friday was the day to defend the honor of the Prophet and the greatness of his companions.
Mass demonstrations were held in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. Pakistanis protested against French cartoons of the Prophet.
Speaking at Friday’s prayer meeting, Tehreek Mohammed Sarwat Ejaz Qadri, head of Pakistan’s Sunni movement, said the government and state should immediately arrest those who spread extremism and insult Islamic holy sites, adding that arrogant content on social networks should be removed and those involved should be arrested immediately.

Sarwat Ejaz Qadri also said anti-Islamic forces wanted to plunge the world into the fire of world war by insulting the Holy Quran and publishing essays by the Prophet of Islam. The ambassador should be declared unwelcome and immediately deported. They want to tell the world that they can die. They will not tolerate any attacks on the honor of the Prophet.