We notice this “mostly peaceful” nonsense, which became prevalent during the Occupy Wall Street tantrums, has now gone worldwide.
GREEK riot police have used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse Muslim protesters who clashed with officers during a rally against the American film that denigrates Islam’s Prophet Mohammed.
A general strike in Bangladesh shut down schools, public transport and businesses, while a few hundred people peacefully marched in Pakistan.
Iranian students burned flags in Tehran to protest the recent publication of lewd caricatures of the Mohammed by a French satirical magazine.
About 300 Christians, Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims peacefully rallied in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, to protest the film.
“There will be no peace in the world until we respect each other’s religion,” Sikh leader Deedar Singh said.
In Athens, six people were detained during the demonstration at a central square on Sunday, police said. About 600 people attended the rally, which featured heated speeches, but was mostly peaceful.