On the opening day of the General Assembly, the diplomatic discourse at the United Nations reflected the anger of the Muslim street over the release of an anti-Islam video in the US.  

It is sparking debate about how tightly should religious sensitivities be protected, or be made illegal.  

Human-rights advocates say proposed religious defamation rules could be used to silence dissent.

Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from New York.

Source: Al Jazeera