Angry demonstrations against an anti-Islam film spread to their widest extent yet around the Middle East and other Muslim countries today. Protesters smashed into the German Embassy in the Sudanese capital and set part of it on fire and climbed the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, waving an Islamist banner.

One protester was killed in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli in clashes with security forces, after a crowd of protesters set fire to a KFC and an Arby's restaurant. Protesters hurled stones and glass at police in a furious melee that left 25 people wounded, 18 of them police.

Protests were held in cities from Tunisia to Pakistan after weekly Friday Muslim prayers, where many clerics in their mosque sermons called on congregations to defend their faith, denouncing obscure movie produced in the United States that denigrated the Prophet Muhammad.

The movie is very poorly made in every aspect, an the U.S Government has denounced the video and it's anti-Muslim rhetoric and story.

Here's is the trailer for the movie about the prophet Mohammed that has fanned the anti-American flames in the U.S.

By posting this, I am not trying in any way to further anti-Muslim sentiment, nor do I want to promote the film. I want to educate and show you why in the eyes of the Muslim world, The U.S. is not to be trusted.

It's a shame a small amount of uninformed idiots can create such a piece of trash that furthers the hatred the mid-east has for us.