Thousands of children have rallied in Pakistan's largest city, Karachi, to protest controversial cartoons first published in Denmark which depict the Prophet Muhammad.
The children as young as six years old chanted "Hang the Culprits" and burned coffins covered with U.S., Israeli and Danish flags.
Tuesday's rally was organized by the country's main Islamic group, Jamaat-e-Islami, and various schools had given students permission to take part in the protest.
The cartoons, first published in a Danish newspaper and later reprinted in several European papers, have sparked violent protests throughout the Muslim world.
The protests in Pakistan have increasingly targeted President Pervez Musharraf for his alliance with the United States in its war on terror.
But the rallies have become less violent since last week when the Pakistani government accused opposition parties of using the outrage over the cartoons for their own political goals.