1. Protesters marching, holding posters and big banner reading (Dari) "Prophet Mohammad" and posters, reading: (Dari) "I Love Mohammad", chanting: (English/Dari) "We Love Mohammad"
2. Various of protesters marching with posters and chanting
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Ali Reza Ahmadi, protester:
"All Muslim world are very unhappy about this action and strongly condemn this activity. We also are the members of the Islamic society, Islamic world, and we strongly condemn this act of the Charlie Hebdo French magazine."
4. SOUNDBITE (Dari) Abdul Saboor Fakhri, protest organiser:
"We are ready for any kind of sacrifices in defending our prophet and faith."
Around 100 people demonstrated in the Afghan capital Kabul on Thursday against the publishers of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, accusing them of blasphemy.
Many of the protesters carried banners emblazoned with a red heart and the name of the Prophet Muhammad, as they marched near the French Embassy.
Some in the crowd chanted "We love Muhammad."
Protest organiser Abdul Saboor Fakhri said the demonstrators want the Afghan government to close the French Embassy and expel the ambassador to ease the anger that he says Afghans feel toward the magazine.
"We are ready for any kind of sacrifices in defending our prophet and faith," he added.
There have been small, sporadic protests in Afghanistan since the publication of a special edition of Charlie Hebdo in the wake of an attack on the magazine's Paris office.