1. Wide of supporters of Sunni Tahreek group protesting with flags and banners
2. Mid of protesters with flags and banners
3. Mid of protesters with banner reading (English) "The Sketch makers Must Be Hanged Immediately"
4. Close of placard reading: (English) "Down with Charlie Hebdo"
5. Various protesters
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Asif Ashraf Jalali, Local leader of Sunni Tahreek:
"We condemn blasphemy and we condemn the sketch makers. We condemn blasphemers, we curse Charlie Hebdo, we curse European Union, we curse blasphemers. Our rally is for the respect of Holy Prophet, Sallallahu wa Sallam (Peace be upon Him). And we explain in this really that Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad, Sallallahu wa Sallam, lives in our heart."
7. Mid of police on street
8. Wide of police line in front of US consulate in Lahore
Islamabad - 15 January 2015
9. Mid of Pakistani lawmakers exiting Parliament House in Islamabad
10. Various of Pakistani lawmakers chanting UPSOUND: (Urdu) slogans including "In the name of the Prophet we are ready to die" and "Our leader is Prophet Muhammad"
11. Low angle shot of protesters walking
12. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Sardar Mohammad Yousuf, Minister for Religious Affairs:
"We are hopeful that all the leadership of the Muslim world will realise their fundamental responsibility to come out and condemn any insulting act against the Prophet Muhammad or any other prophet, and not only condemn, but also protest against this."
13. Lawmakers marching in front of Pakistan Parliament Building
"The National Assembly today did a great job by passing this resolution and we are going to register our protest with international organisations as well to stop this thing, because this is hurting the sentiments of the Muslims the world over."
15. Lawmakers marching and chanting outside Parliament House
Pakistani protesters took to the streets on Thursday as lawmakers approved a resolution condemning the publication of the images of Islam's prophet in the satirical French magazine attacked by extremists last week.
Like many other Muslim nations, Pakistan has condemned the deadly rampage at the Paris office of the Charlie Hebdo weekly, which killed 12 people, including editors, cartoonists and two policemen.
But it has also condemned the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, which many Muslims consider sacrilege.
In Lahore supporters of the Sunni Tahreek group marched with a banner reading "The Sketch Makers Must Be Hanged Immediately" and placards decrying Charlie Hebdo and its staff.
"We condemn blasphemy and we condemn the sketch makers. We condemn blasphemers, we curse Charlie Hebdo, we curse European Union," said local group leader, Asif Ashraf Jalali.
In Islamabad, lawmakers marched outside Parliament House after the vote to protest against the latest images published by Charlie Hebdo magazine.
Some chanted, "In the name of the Prophet, we're ready to die".
Religious Affairs Minister Sardar Mohammad Yousuf said the lawmakers unanimously approved the resolution condemning the publication of the images.
He did not say how many legislators were present, but said lawmakers from all political parties backed the measure.
The resolution also condemned violence under any pretext.
The minister said the resolution would be sent to all foreign missions in the country and to the United Nations to register the protest against the cartoons.
Islam generally forbids depictions of the Prophet Muhammad, and many in Muslim-majority Pakistan view the cartoons as blasphemous.
The magazine has invoked freedom of speech to defend its publications of cartoons that many Muslims and non-Muslims alike consider offensive.