WOODBURY - Al-Qaida members across the world are lashing out against Americans as outrage over an anti-Islam film produced in the U.S. continues to grow.Officials say a 22-year-old female suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into a van in Kabul, Afghanistan, killing 12.Violent marches have spilled into India-controlled Kashmir, where protesters burned American flags and an effigy of President Barack Obama. Protesters also clashed with troops in the streets.Egyptian officials have issued an arrest warrant for the film's Egyptian-born producer, who lives in America. It's mostly a symbolic move, but officials are hoping it eases anger. The film has also sparked marches in Thailand, where hundreds of Muslim protesters voiced their anger outside the U.S. Embassy.In Pakistan, hundreds chanted anti-American phrases, and some beat a banner that pictured a dog's body with the president's head on it. In another city, protesters broke through a barricade outside a U.S. consulate.Hezbollah leader: U.S. must be held accountable for Islam filmAl-Qaida urges more embassy attacks around the worldAnti-American protests continue across the Middle East