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Archive for September 13th, 2012

NBC’s Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel is upset on President Obama’s comment, “Egypt is not an ally.”  Obama told Telemundo in an interview yesterday.

FACT CHECK: Obama doesn’t think Egypt is an ally Click Here

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Muslim protesters riot at US Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, Cairo, Egypt and the Swiss Embassy in Tehran, Iran September 13, 2012. Tear gas, molotov cocktails and rocks were being exchanged in Egypt.

Obama Administration Still Not Ready to Call Benghazi a Terror Attack Click Here

Obama asks Libya for help with security Click Here

More Demonstrations Planned For ‘Friday of Anger’ in Cairo Click Here

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Sam Bacile, Muhammad Movie FULL HD – Innocence of Muslims, Really people?  This is the controversial Egypt protest film that sparked outrage in Libya. A low-quality film referencing the Muslim Prophet Muhammad sparking Libyan Islamist extremists to attack the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, on 9/11/2012, killing U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other diplomats. Earlier that day a group of Egyptians scaled the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and tore down and burned the American flag, angry over the same movie.

Was this planned attack on the 11th anniversary on 9/11 across the Muslim world? Let us be truthful with the motive here.  In Egypt, Morsi, the new President of Egypt, (Muslim Brotherhood) stood back and watched these protests in his country spiral out of control at the US Embassy. In Benghazi, Libya was it an assassination on an US Ambassador and three staff members? Where were the security forces in either of these countries?

Sorry, You tube  has taken down the video.  Only responses to the short film is available.

Deadly embassy attacks were days in the making Click Here

Obscure Film Mocking Muslim Prophet Sparks Anti-U.S. Protests in Egypt and Libya Click Here

Innocence of Muslims, Wikipedia, Click Here

Sorry, the Movie was scrubbed from all Internet sites.

 

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