17.siThe new, “survivors” issue of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has triggered outrage from Muslim communities all over the world, with worshipers staging protests all week. More are set to take place after traditional Friday prayers. Pakistani police fired tear gas and used water cannons on protesters in Karachi, with AFP photo journalist injured in the protests. Earlier on, dozens of Pakistani lawmakers marched near the country’s parliament in Islamabad, calling for “death to blasphemers.” “All political parties are with us… All Muslim countries should condemn these blasphemous cartoons,” Pakistani Religious Affairs Minister Sardar Yousaf said, NBC reported.  The Muslim brotherhood in Jordan is preparing to rally in Amman, with spokesman Murad Adaileh saying the group strongly condemned both the killings and the “offensive” against the prophet, AP reported. Egypt’s top religious institution, the Al Azhar mosque, has expressed its outrage at the magazine’s new cartoon, describing it as a “blatant challenge to the feelings of Muslims who had sympathized with this newspaper,” AP reported. More