More than 25,000 Pakistanis rally against anti-Quran film

More than 25,000 people rallied in the largest protest in Pakistan so far against an anti-Quran film made by a Dutch lawmaker, urging their government to expel the Netherlands ambassador. "They call this freedom of expression, but it's freedom of aggression," keynote speaker Munawwar Hasan, a leader of the main Islamic party Jamat-e-Islami, told the crowd Sunday as it chanted "God is great." Wearing head bands inscribed "We are ready to sacrifice our lives for the sanctity of the prophet," protester marched for two kilometers, then gathered on Karachi's main street to listen to speeches.