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article imageVideo: Police in Antwerp, Belgium arrest 120 in anti-US protest

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By Anne Sewell     Sep 16, 2012 in World
Antwerp - 200 Muslim protesters gathered in the city center of Antwerp on Sunday, protesting against the US-made film 'The Innocence of Muslims.'
Digital Journal has reported on the various protests breaking out in outrage over the film in countries all over the Middle East, and now spreading to other areas.
In yet another protest against the film, the demonstrators in Antwerp, Belgium were carrying black flags associated with Salafi radical Islam and were chanting anti-US slogans, including "Obama go to hell."
The protesters burned a US flag before clashes broke out with the police.
Police arrested 120 activists, who were enraged by the American-made film "The Innocence of Muslims."
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