KABUL (AFP/Reuters) - Protests Monday turned violent for the first time in Afghanistan and Indonesia over an American anti-Islam film as hundreds of angry men clashed with police, hurling stones and shouting “Death to America”.The outbreaks of violence were the latest eruptions of anger over the trailer made in the United States and aired on YouTube that has fanned unrest around the world, leaving at least 18 people dead.The movie, produced by a small group of extremist Christians, has sparked a week of furious protests outside US embassies and other American symbols in at least 20 countries.In Kabul on Monday, more than 1,000 Afghans protested, setting police cars and commercial storage containers ablaze on Jalalabad Road, Kabul police chief Mohammad Ayoub Salangi told AFP.Between 40 to 50 policemen were “very slightly wounded” by stone throwers and members of the crowd waving sticks, said Salangi, who added that he had also been grazed by a stone.Burning tyres sent thick black smoke streaming into the sky and rocks littered the road as shopkeepers hurriedly locked up and ran away.A police official, who gave his name only as Hafiz, said protesters also threw stones at Camp Phoenix, a US-run military base in the capital, but were later driven back.In Jakarta, protesters hurled petrol bombs and clashed with Indonesian police outside the US embassy shouting “America, America go to hell” in the first violent film protests in the world’s most populous Muslim nation.Police were seen kicking or dragging away some of the protesters, while one policeman was taken away in an ambulance with his face bleeding.Jakarta police spokesman Rikwanto, said officers used teargas, water cannon and warning shots, but did not say whether they had fired live ammunition or blanks.Following complaints, Google is barring access to the video in Egypt, India, Indonesia, Libya and now Malaysia, while the government has restricted access to Google-owned YouTube in Afghanistan.In Lebanon, Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah made a rare public appearance on Monday to address tens of thousands of supporters who took to the streets of southern Beirut to denounce the fil.“O Prophet (PBUH), we die for you, my soul and my blood are for you,” the leader of the powerful Lebanese Shia movement said, urging the crowd to repeat the words after him for the whole world to hear. Nasrallah has called for a week of protests across the country over the American-made film, describing it as the “worst attack ever on Islam.” “The security services have been coordinating to protect US facilities,” Marwan Charbel told Lebanese radio station Sawt Lubnan. “There are Lebanese who live off these establishments,” he said, referring to US food chains.In Yemen, a senior government official said that a platoon of US Marines sent to the country are on a temporary deployment and their only role will be to protect the American embassy after it was stormed by demonstrators.“Because of the split in the army and the security forces, we allowed a limited number of Marine forces to protect the American embassy only,” Yemen’s President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s media adviser Rajeh Bady told Reuters.“They are (here) temporarily for a limited amount of time and they will leave Yemen,” he said. Hundreds of Yemeni students demonstrated on Monday calling for the expulsion of the US ambassador and condemning the Marines’ deployment, an AFP reporter said.In Ramallah, hundreds of Palestinians staged a peaceful protest against the blasphemous film.Participants of the sit-in, organised by the Palestinian Authority’s Waqf (religious endowment) and held outside its offices. Speaking at the event, Waqf minister Mahmoud Habbash called on the United States to remove the film and apologise for it.In Philippines, about 3,000 Filipino Muslims burned US and Israeli flags in a protest. The protesters in the southern city of Marawi gathered in a public square to express their anger at the movie, stamping on huge American and Israeli flags that they then set on fire.The protesters carried placards saying, “Americans are satanic” and “Israeli Jews... enemy of Muslim Ummah” in the Muslim-majority city with some protesters calling on President Benigno Aquino to ban the film.In Azerbaijan, police detained some 30 Muslim activists Monday while preventing a protest from breaking out near the US embassy.More than 100 protesters chanting “God is the Greatest” attempted to reach the embassy in the capital Baku and stage an unauthorised rally against the US-produced film.They were kept from advancing on the building by police wielding batons, with several protesters injured in the resulting clashes, an AFP correspondent said.The embassy earlier Monday had issued a warning to US citizens about a protest “assumed to be connected to other anti-American demonstrations ongoing worldwide”.Meanwhile, Libya’s interior minister has sacked Benghazi security chiefs after last week’s deadly attack on the US consulate in the eastern city, according to official statements seen Monday by AFP.Deputy interior minister for the eastern region, Wanis al-Sharef, and the head of national security for Benghazi, Hussein Bou Hmida, were both replaced, said two separate statements dated September 12, a day after the attack.