LAHORE Religious and political parties organised seminars, rallies and demos across the country including the City on Wednesday to express anger and protest against desecration of the Holy Quran by priest Terry Jones and Wyne Sapp at a Florida Church. The speakers at these rallies and demonstration condemned the worst form of terrorism and demanded action against culprits whose action caused heart burning of Muslims across the globe. The participants burnt US flags and effigies of Terry Jones and Wyne Sapp. They also chanted slogans against the US for lack of action on its part that led to the tragic incident of burning of the Holy Quran. In Lahore, Tehreek Hurmat-e-Rasool took out a rally from Chauburji Chowk that culminated at Lahore Press Club. Leadership of component parties including Maulana Amir Hamza, Ibtesam Elahi Zaheer, Amjad Khan, Saifullah Khalid, Abdul Ghaffar Ropari, Ayub Baig, Shams-ur-Rehman Mavia, Saif-ud-Din Saif and others led the rally that was largely participated by people from all walks of life. The participants were carrying flags and placards and banners inscribed with slogans against the Florida Church priests and the US. They burnt the US flag and effigies of Terry Jones outside Lahore Press Club. Addressing the participants, speakers said that if burning of the Holy Quran was freedom of expression, the Muslims have the right to kill blasphemers. They said that merely passage of resolutions would not serve the purpose and now it was obligatory for Muslims to wage unity and kill the culprits. Maulana Amir Hamza stressed upon the leadership of Muslim states to cancel all agreements and break ties with the States allowing blasphemy. He also stressed upon convening conference of Muslim leaders in Madina for devising a joint strategy against the countries involved in blasphemy and desecration of the Holy Quran. He urged the rulers to break supply line of NATO forces. Jamaat-i-Islami took out a big rally to condemn the desecration of the Holy Quran by the US pastor. Hundreds of men, women and children joined the rally which was led by the JI Deputy Chief Sirajul Haq, Secretary General Liaquat Baloch and JI Lahore chief Amirul Azeem. The participants of the rally marched from Wahdat Road park upto Muslim Town More with the JI banners in their hands, raising slogans condemning the devilish pastors blasphemous act. Holding copies of the Holy Quran in their hands, the participants vowed to lay down their lives for the sanctity of the Holy Quran. Addressing the rally, Liaquat Baloch said the US was hatching conspiracies against Islam and the Muslims but the Pakistani rulers and Generals were not ready to end the yoke of US slavery. He said that the Muslims could not tolerate blasphemy against the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the desecration of the Holy Quran and would make every sacrifice to protect their sanctity. He was sure that the devilish pastor Terry Jones would soon become a sign of divine admonition for the US and the world at large and the earth would refuse to provide him shelter for inviting Allahs wrath. Addressing the participants of 'Nifaz-e-Islam and Tuhaffuz-e-Pakistan seminar at a local hotel, the speakers urged the rulers of Muslim countries to break diplomatic ties with the US in protest against the tragic incident of burning of the Holy Quran. Senator Sajid Mir, Qari Zawar Bahadar, Liaquat Baloch, Javaid Iqbal, Mian Marghoob, Rana Nasrullah and others addressed the seminar. The speakers said that the US slavery by Muslim rulers opened way for the priest to burn Holy Quran. Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadith held a rally from Lahore Press Club to Faisal Chowk. Rana Nasrullah Khan led the rally. Addressing the participants at Faisal Chowk, the speakers said that the incident would trigger a war between civilisations. The Jamiat also announced to give Rs 10 million to the person who kill Terry Jones and Wyne Sapp.