Protests escalate ahead of Bush's Indonesia visit

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November 18, 2006 11:20

 
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Anti-American protests intensified Saturday ahead of President George W. Bush's coming visit to the world's most populous Muslim country. "Bush is a terrorist!" chanted 300 Islamic hard-liners, students and ordinary citizens who gathered outside the US embassy in the capital, Jakarta, the target of near-daily protests all month. "He is guilty of killing Muslims!" Bush was scheduled to visit Indonesia briefly on Monday.

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