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BC Muslim Association says there is genuine rage over film portrayal of Islam.

Protesters attacked British, German and U-S embassies in Sudan today in reaction to a video made in America. The demonstrations were sparked by the video's controversial depiction of the Prophet Muhammed.
Violent protests were also reported in Egypt, Yemen, Jerusalem and several other countries. To hear how some Muslims here are responding to the film, and to the violence in the Middle East, Stephen Quinn speaks with Aasim Rashid, spokesperson on religious affairs for the BC Muslim Association.

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