From: The New York Times (edited)
For 65 years, the Nishat cinema stood in Karachi, Pakistan.
The show went on until last Friday, when a mob set the Nishat on fire. It happened on “Love of the Prophet Day,” a state-sanctioned holiday devoted to protesting an anti-Muslim video made in the United States.
As several Karachi theaters burned, The Express Tribune of Pakistan quoted a teenager declaring, “The United States doesn’t know who they have messed with.”