As protests continue in Pakistan, a government minister has offered a $100,000 bounty for the death of the maker of the anti-Islam film produced in the US that has sparked violent protests across the Muslim world.
Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmed Bilour on Saturday also invited members of the Taliban and al-Qaeda to take part in what he called a "noble deed".
"I announce today that this blasphemer who has abused the holy prophet, if somebody will kill him, I will give that person a prize of $100,000," he said.
Earlier, more than 5,000 protesters, including hundreds of women, marched towards the parliament in Islamabad, chanting "We love our Holy Prophet" and "Punishment for those who humiliated our Prophet".
Source: Al Jazeera and agencies