Yesterday four people died in clashes against the police after several demonstrators approached the United States embassy in Sana, Yemen. The demonstration was against a North American film that soils the Islam.
More demonstrations were reported in the streets of Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Gaza and Lebanon. These events occurred four days after the death of Christopher Stevens, the U.S. ambassador in Libya when the embassy in Benghazi (Libya) was burned by protesters against the film.
The controversial movie, that has caused so much chaos in the middle East was titled Innocence of Muslims, which addresses the life of their prophet Mohammad in a mocking way, it also addresses subjects like homosexuality and finally qualifies the Muslims as immoral and violent people.
Abd Rabo Mansour Hadi, the president of Yemen, apologized to the United States president Barack Obama and the American people, he also promised to punish those responsible. AV