Friday, September 14, 2012

Anti-Islam Movie Sparks Protests in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia

U.S. government simply needs to stop meddling in the affairs of other countries to repair this damage 

PRESS TV
09/13/2012

Anti-US protests have spilled over into Saudi Arabia and Kuwait days after the release of a US-made movie attacking the Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).



Protesters gathered on Thursday in front of the US Embassy in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, and a similar protest was also held outside the American consulate in the port city of Jeddah.

Activists have called for mass demonstrations in front of US diplomatic missions in Saudi Arabia on Friday.

Meanwhile, the US Embassy staff in Kuwait were evacuated amid reports of protests against the blasphemous film.
The Muslim world is seething with anti-US sentiments over the release of the $5-million movie which -- financed by more than 100 Zionists -- insults the glorious religion's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

Angry protesters across the world have poured into the streets to condemn the blasphemous movie and demand the US government apologize to the Muslim world.

MRS/JR



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EDITORIAL : Blasphemous Film and U.S. Warships

Bogus U.S. election driving more innocent deaths in Middle East

Pakistan Kakhudahafiz
09/13/2012

“Islam is a cancer,” an unrepentant Sam Bacile, the offensive filmmaker, told American news media. Bacile, 56, who is based in Los Angeles, defended his blasphemous film, ‘The Innocence of Muslims” and has gone in hiding, in fear of world-wide protest anticipated of angry Muslims.


Clinton has now issued belated statement regarding Islam and Muslims
Hilary Clinton, in her dire pose, regretted the loss of 4 Americans who were killed in a protest by a Muslim group against the blasphemous film, just released with Arabic translation a week ago. In going into lengths as to how America is, in all its nobility, ‘the force for peace and progress in the world’ and how it has made the Libyan revolution possible, she went into a deep mode of contemplation saying:

“How could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save from destruction?”

Altogether disregarding the matter of blasphemy as not a considerable reason at all for Muslims to be angry, she went on saying:

“This is an attack that should shock the conscience of people of all faiths around the world… We condemn in the strongest terms this senseless act of violence… This was an attack by a small and savage group… But let me be clear – there is no justification for this, none. Violence like this is no way to honor religion or faith.”

Warning the world of a soon-coming terror, she jotted out that ‘There is no higher priority than protecting our men and women wherever they serve. We are working to determine the precise motivations and methods of those who carried out this assault…’


Obama now more Bush than Bush when it comes to the continuation of his genocidal policies in the Middle East and elsewhere in the world - why are these murderers smiling?

Today, the next morning we are hearing news like ‘the Pentagon is sending warships to Libya following death of ambassador killed in ‘coordinated al Qaeda revenge attack by terrorists who used Libyan Mohammed movie protest as cover’ and that, ‘US unmanned surveillance drones are expected to begin flying over Benghazi and other locations in eastern Libya to look for jihadi encampments and targets that may be tied to the attack on U.S. State Department personnel.’ News say that ‘Attackers could have been staging revenge attack for death of al Qaeda official in June’ and that ‘Officials noted the staged attack came on 11th anniversary of 9/11’

We understand Hilary’s stance quite clearly as Muslim citizens of a Muslim country; on the one hand rejecting Islam as a veritable faith, disregarding the reverence of more than a billion souls living on this earth as non-sense and identifying Islam only and always with a group of un-detectable, present everywhere and never-to-be-found ghostly creature called al-Qaeda.

And on the other hand, after feeding the world with such a conspiracy theory, not wasting a day to attack and bewilder the peace and livelihood of a whole nation, afresh. Because al-Qaeda is such a mythical creature, like a liquid that soaks in everything and like a gas that evaporates instantly; something you know that is always there but disappears the moment you open your eyes; they tend to mold world-wide perception into the view that warships, drones and all the war-craft of the noble US peace-seeking force are the right instrument to seek out such a phantom like the al-Qaeda, by plucking out every brick in the walls of a country. No wonder the Muslims are accused of spreading Islam by the sword and the US is not for making peace with death-warrants for millions every time.

‘The world will not be the same’, again!; if the loss of the 3000 of the twin-towers was honoured by world-wide human sacrifice of over 10 million in 10 years, how should the loss of these 4 Americans be honoured, make a guess! Yes a nation has the right to honour its men with the highest honour, and while weak nations are always advised to revert to peaceful protests, the strongest will not shy down from committing the most disgraceful acts and declaring them noble.

And the weak ones, the Muslims are expected to timidly bury in the curtain of cowardice, they are attacked with spite and battered down for being radicle. PKKH gives the message to our enduring nation, that the radicle is the most valuable element of our substance; if we radicalize in the love of our Deen, which we believe to be the true answer for the suffering humanity; if we radicalize for the love of our Prophet (pbuh), whom we believe is the beacon from which all light of nobility, love and truth spreads out, then it will be the noblest thing for us to do; radicalize.

No! Islam does not promote violence, until it becomes the last and only option left, we can protest peacefully, we can boycott trade and diplomacy, we can stop being allies to the enemies of our beloved, we can use our words to awaken the anger that should be natural when our beloved ones are attacked. We can remind ourselves that we are not as weak as we seem to be and remind ourselves that if 18crore decide to take only one step of their feet together, that that will be enough to shake the world.



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Turmoil Over Contentious Video Spreads to Yemen and Iran

Like a pathogenic contagion, anti-U.S. sentiment spreads across the world as Obama prepares to throw gasoline on the fire

New York Times
By Nasser Arrabyee, Alan Cowell and Rick Cladstone
09/13/2012

SANA, Yemen —

Deadly outrage in the Arab world over an American-made video insulting Islam’s founder spread to at least half a dozen places across the Middle East on Thursday and threatened to draw in Afghanistan, two days after assailants in Libya killed four American diplomatic personnel, including the ambassador, and caused a foreign policy political clash in the United States.


The worst of the violence was in Yemen, where at least five Yemenis were killed as hundreds of protesters stormed the American Embassy and were repulsed by Yemeni security forces. The embassy’s entire staff, sensitive to impending danger, had been safely evacuated hours beforehand, and Yemeni leaders apologized to President Obama for the mayhem.

But some assailants were able to burn cars, plunder office equipment including computers, burn an American flag and hoist their own proclaiming fealty to Islam. Witnesses and Yemeni officials said at least 10 American Embassy vehicles had been damaged or destroyed by fire.


By nightfall, witnesses said, smoke was still rising from the embassy compound in the eastern part of the capital, Sana, as protesters still raged from a perimeter 400 yards away.

In Egypt, where the anti-American anger began on Tuesday over the previously obscure video, protesters scuffled with police officers firing tear gas, and news agencies reported that dozens of people were hurt. Demonstrations were also reported outside United States diplomatic facilities in Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia — where the police fired tear gas to disperse the crowds — and an anti-American protest was held in the Palestinian enclave of Gaza.


This kind of anger has it's roots in part in the killing of innocent Yemenis by Obama's drone strikes

In Iran, where nearly all large protests must get government approval, witnesses and news reports said 500 Iranians screaming “Death to America!” converged outside the Swiss Embassy, which handles American diplomatic interests, and were restrained by hundreds of police officers.

The authorities in Afghanistan, where deadly violence has chronically flared over perceived insults to Islam, scrambled to minimize the possibility that the offending video, which portrays the Prophet Muhammad as a perverted buffoon, could be viewed on the Internet and provoke new protests. Afghanistan officials said they had pressed for an indefinite suspension of access to YouTube, where the video, promoted by a shadowy mélange of right-wing Christians in the United States, had received more than 1.6 million hits by Thursday afternoon.


Instead of reaching out, Obumbler throws gas on the fire to please brain-dead American rednecks by attempting to play the tough guy for election, exacerbating the problem

In Washington, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered a strongly worded denunciation of the video in what her spokeswoman later said was an effort to quash the mistaken belief in some parts of the Arab world that the United States government somehow had sponsored or condoned it. “To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible,” Mrs. Clinton said at a briefing with Morocco’s foreign minister at the State Department. “It appears to have a deeply cynical purpose: to denigrate a great religion and to provoke rage.”

She went on to say that the Constitution did not allow the United States to “prevent these kinds of reprehensible videos from ever seeing the light of day,” and could not if it tried, given modern technology.


Piss Weak:  Hag Clinton further endangers American servicemen and women, civilians abroad by pretending to sport a pair of testicles

“There are, of course, different views around the world about the outer limits of free speech and free expression, but there should be no debate about the simple proposition that violence in response to speech is not acceptable,” she said. “We all — whether we are leaders in government, leaders in civil society or religious leaders — must draw the line at violence. And any responsible leader should be standing up now and drawing that line.”

The new violence came as news reports from Libya said the authorities there had made at least four arrests in connection with the killings of the four Americans in the mayhem that engulfed the American Consulate in the eastern city of Benghazi on Tuesday night. F.B.I. agents were also investigating the killings, a law enforcement official in Washington said. 

In addition, the third of those four victims was positively identified by his family as Glen Doherty, 42, of Winchester, Mass., a former Navy SEAL working as a security officer. Mr. Doherty died along with the American ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, and another diplomat, Sean Smith. The fourth American has not yet been publicly identified.

The killings in Libya in particular led to a major political flare-up in the United States on Wednesday, when President Obama’s Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, issued a harsh critique of Mr. Obama’s handling of the anti-American protests and accused him of apologizing for the United States. The administration rejected the accusation and even some Republicans distanced themselves from Mr. Romney’s criticism as inappropriate under the circumstances.


In the meantime, residents of the Middle East prepare for more of this via Obama drone strikes...

The Yemen protests came hours after a Muslim cleric, Abdul Majid al- Zindani, urged followers to emulate the protests in Libya and Egypt, Sana residents said. Mr. Zindani, a onetime mentor to Osama bin Laden, was named a “specially designated global terrorist” by the United States Treasury Department in 2004.

The crowd gathered a day after the embassy warned Americans in a posting on its Web site, “In the wake of recent events in Libya and Egypt, there is the possibility of protests in Yemen, and specifically in the vicinity of the U.S. Embassy, in the coming days.”


... while thinking Americans prepare for more of this

“The U.S. Embassy continues to recommend that U.S. citizens avoid large gatherings. Even demonstrations or events intended to be peaceful can turn confrontational and possibly escalate into violence. U.S. citizens in Yemen are urged to monitor local news reports and to plan their activities accordingly,” the Web posting said.

President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi of Yemen said in a statement that he extended his “sincere apologies to President Obama and to the people of the United States of America” for the attack. Mr. Hadi took office in February after his strongman predecessor, Ali Abdullah Saleh, stepped down in November after months of violent protests.

With American Marines and naval vessels heading for Libya, the ferment in Yemen and elsewhere added to the already volatile mix of passions that have commingled with the initial exuberance of the so-called Arab Spring.

In an apparent effort to defuse the tension in Egypt, President Mohamed Morsi said Thursday that the attacks on American personnel were unacceptable. Speaking in a television address while visiting Brussels, Mr. Morsi said he supported peaceful demonstrations but rejected attacks on personnel and diplomatic missions.

“The Prophet Muhammad taught us to respect human life,” Mr. Morsi said. But he also warned against maligning Islam’s founding prophet. “The Prophet Muhammad and Islamic sanctities are red lines for all of us.”

Little is known about the origin of the video that provoked the protests, which is called “Innocence of Muslims.” It was made in obscurity somewhere in Southern California and promoted by a network of right-wing Christians with a history of animosity toward Muslims. When a 14-minute trailer of it was posted on YouTube in June, it was barely noticed.

Nasser Arrabyee reported from Sana, Yemen; Alan Cowell from London; and Rick Gladstone from New York. Reporting was contributed by Ramtin Rastin from Tehran; David D. Kirkpatrick from Cairo; Kareem Fahim from Beirut, Lebanon; Steven Lee Myers and Michael S. Schmidt from Washington; and Jess Bidgood from Boston.





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