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Wednesday, 10 October, 2001, 12:47 GMT 13:47 UK
In pictures: Muslim anger in Indonesia
In Indonesia there have been small, but growing, protests by Muslim groups against the US-led air strikes on Afghanistan. They are angry that the government has not condemned the military action.

Riot police officers scuffle with anti-US student demonstrators in front of the US embassy
There were scuffles outside the US embassy in the capital, Jakarta, on Wednesday, the third day of anti-US protests.

Indonesian riot police arrest a Muslim protester in front of the US embassy.
Riot police have been making a show of strength, and the protests are small compared to others in recent years.

Anti-US protesters react to tear gas
For the second day running, police fired tear gas to disperse crowds who were trying to break through barricades.

Anti-US protester with toothpaste smeared on his face
Some protesters smeared their faces with toothpaste to try to ward off the effects of the tear gas.

protesters outside the US embassy in Jakarta
Protesters want the government to cut ties with the US, rather than merely urging restraint.

Muslim protesters use sticks to hit a barbed-wire barricade outside the US embassy.
A minority of extremists has threatened to expel Westerners unless the government condemns the air strikes.

Women student protesters
Many of the protesters are women students.

Protests in Japan, left, and the Philippines
There have been sporadic peaceful protests across the region, including Japan and the Philippines.
See also:

09 Oct 01 | Asia-Pacific
Asian nations react to bombings
09 Oct 01 | Asia-Pacific
Indonesian protests turn violent
08 Oct 01 | Asia-Pacific
Security stepped up in Indonesia
08 Oct 01 | Americas
Americans urged to stay vigilant
03 Oct 01 | Asia-Pacific
Eyewitness: Anti-US anger in Indonesia
25 Sep 01 | Asia-Pacific
Indonesia clerics threaten jihad
02 Oct 01 | Asia-Pacific
Megawati condemns anti-US 'sweep'
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