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    DISCUSSION ON THE BLASPHEMOUS MOVIE ON PROPHET SAW, Its REAL MOTIVES and Our RESPONSE



    Protesters in Egypt's capital Cairo have climbed the walls of the US embassy, torn down the American flag and burned it over what they said was a film made in the US that insulted the Prophet Mohammed.

    The demonstrators tried to raise a black flag with the words "There is no God but God, and Mohammed is his messenger", a witness said.

    Hundreds had marched to the well-fortified building in central Cairo, chanting against the film, and some tore up the Stars and Stripes, showing off pieces to TV cameras. Others objected to the burning.


    The protest was sparked by outrage over a video being promoted by an extreme anti-Muslim Egyptian Christian campaigner in the US.


    The film apparently depicts Mohammed as a fraud, showing him having sex and calling for massacres.


    Many Muslims consider any depiction of the prophet to be offensive.


    Armed protesters also stormed and set fire to the US consulate in Benghazi in east Libya in protest over the film.


    Wanis al Sharef, an interior ministry official, said the demonstrators fired their weapons in the air before entering the
    building which was empty at the time.


    In 2005, the publication of 12 caricatures in a Danish newspaper triggered riots in many Muslim countries.


    In the latest protest, about 20 people stood on top of the embassy wall, while many others gathered outside.


    The demonstrators were mainly supporters of Islamist groups or "ultras" football supporters, who played a big role in the uprising that brought down President Hosni Mubarak last year.


    A member of the "ultras", Ismail Mahmoud, 19, said: "This movie must be banned immediately and an apology should be made."


    He called on President Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first civilian president and an Islamist, to take action, without giving details of the film that angered him or other protesters.


    Rafik Farouk, 38, an Egyptian Christian, also took part. "I am here because I am Egyptian and reject anything that insults Islam or anything that sparks division in Egypt," he said.


    Almost all the embassy staff had left the compound before the protest, and the ambassador was out of town.


    US state department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said the wall was breached and the flag removed.


    Speaking in Washington, she said: "We are obviously working with Egyptian security to try to restore order at the embassy and to work with them to try to get the situation under control."

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    Re: US flag down in EGYPT for our beloved PROPHET PBUH


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    Re: US flag down in EGYPT for our beloved PROPHET PBUH

    I hope they did not miss their prayer during this as hazmat imam Hussain and Sahaba ra did not miss salat during fight with yazeed malun,when they were in the middle of war.
    So if we want success,honour,fulfilment we have to follow RASOOL ALLAH SAW to the minutest detail,then nonmuslims will not do such things,we follow non Muslims in every fashion and then complain about them about not respecting us ,I think this hypocrarcy.
    we should love them as human beings like RASOOL ALLAH SAW and hate the ways like drinking, RIBA etc and show them the ways of RASOOLALLAH SAW,be honest and truthfull in our dealings,no backbiting,no zina,no other stuff which is forbidden by RASOOLALLAH SAW,so they can see the difference.
    masjid to bana li shab bhar mai
    iman ki harrarat Walton nai
    maan apna Purana papi hai
    Barson sai namazi ban na saka.
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    Re: US flag down in EGYPT for our beloved PROPHET PBUH

    Stop spreading false teachings about someone you aren't sure if he has committed that crime or not....now go bring all the historic books references...Rasool S.A.W. also propagated....O you who believe! If a Fasiq (liar-evil person) comes to you with any news, verify it, lest you should harm people in ignorance, and afterwards you become regretful for what you have done.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gujrawala View Post
    I hope they did not miss their prayer during this as hazmat imam Hussain and Sahaba ra did not miss salat during fight with yazeed malun,when they were in the middle of was So if we want success,honour,fulfilment we have to follow RASOOL ALLAH SAW to the minutest detail,then nonmuslims will not do such things,we follow non Muslims in every fashion and then complain about them about not respecting us ,I think this hypocrarcy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gujrawala View Post
    we should love them as human beings like RASOOL ALLAH SAW and hate the ways like drinking, RIBA etc and show them the ways of RASOOLALLAH SAW,be honest and truthfull in our dealings,no backbiting,no zina,no other stuff which is forbidden by RASOOLALLAH SAW,so they can see the difference.
    masjid to bana li shab bhar mai
    iman ki harrarat Walton nai
    maan apna Puranas papi hai
    basoon sai namazi ho an saka.

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    American killed in Libya protest over Blasphemous film

    American killed in Libya protest over Blasphemous film



    Protesters destroy an American flag pulled down from the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012. Egyptian protesters, largely ultra conservative Islamists, have climbed the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo, went into the courtyard and brought down the flag, replacing it with a black flag with Islamic inscription, in protest of a film deemed offensive of Islam. (AP Photo/Mohammed Abu Zaid)

    By Maggie Michael and Sarah El Deeb
    Associated Press / September 11, 2012

    —Protesters angered over a film that ridiculed Islam's Prophet Muhammad fired gunshots and burned down the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing one American diplomat, witnesses and the State Department said. In Egypt, protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo and replaced an American flag with an Islamic banner.

    It was the first such assaults on U.S. diplomatic facilities in either country, at a time when both Libya and Egypt are struggling to overcome the turmoil following the ouster of their longtime leaders, Moammar Gadhafi and Hosni Mubarak in uprisings last year.

    The protests in both countries were sparked by outrage over a film ridiculing Muhammad produced by an American in California and being promoted by an extreme anti-Muslim Egyptian Christian campaigner in the United States. Excerpts from the film dubbed into Arabic were posted on YouTube.

    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton confirmed that one State Department officer had been killed in the protest at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. She strongly condemned the attack and said she had called Libyan President Mohammed el-Megarif "to coordinate additional support to protect Americans in Libya."

    Clinton expressed concern that the protests might spread to other countries. She said the U.S. is working with "partner countries around the world to protect our personnel, our missions, and American citizens worldwide."

    "Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet," Clinton said in a statement released by the State Department. "The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. But let me be clear: There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind. "

    In Benghazi, a large mob stormed the U.S. consulate, with gunmen firing their weapons, said Wanis al-Sharef, an Interior Ministry official in Benghazi. A witness said attackers fired automatic weapons and rocket-propelled grenades at the consulate as they clashed with Libyans hired to guard the facility.

    Outnumbered by the crowd, Libyan security forces did little to stop them, al-Sharef said.

    The crowd overwhelmed the facility and set fire to it, burning most of it and looting the contents, witnesses said.

    One American was shot to death and a second was wounded in the hand, al-Sharef said. He did not give further details.

    The violence at the consulate lasted for about three hours, but the situation has now quieted down, said another witness.

    "I heard nearly 10 explosions and all kinds of weapons. It was a terrifying day," said the witness who refused to give his name because he feared retribution.

    Hours before the Benghazi attack, hundreds of mainly ultraconservative Islamist protesters in Egypt marched to the U.S. Embassy in downtown Cairo, gathering outside its walls and chanting against the movie and the U.S. Most of the embassy staff had left the compound earlier because of warnings of the upcoming demonstration.

    "Say it, don't fear: Their ambassador must leave," the crowd chanted.
    Dozens of protesters then scaled the embassy walls, and several went into the courtyard and took down the American flag from a pole. They brought it back to the crowd outside, which tried to burn it, but failing that tore it apart.

    The protesters on the wall then raised on the flagpole a black flag with a Muslim declaration of faith, "There is no god but God and Muhammad is his prophet." The flag, similar to the banner used by al-Qaida, is commonly used by ultraconservatives around the region.

    The crowd grew throughout the evening with thousands standing outside the embassy. Dozens of riot police lined up along the embassy walls but did not stop protesters as they continued to climb and stand on the wall - though it appeared no more went into the compound.

    The crowd chanted, "Islamic, Islamic. The right of our prophet will not die." Some shouted, "We are all Osama," referring to al-Qaida leader bin Laden. Young men, some in masks, sprayed graffiti on the walls. Some grumbled that Islamist President Mohammed Morsi had not spoken out about the movie.

    A group of women in black veils and robes that left only their eyes exposed chanted, "Worshippers of the Cross, leave the Prophet Muhammad alone."
    By midnight, the crowd had dwindled. The U.S. Embassy said on its Twitter account that there will be no visa services on Wednesday because of the protests.

    A senior Egyptian security official at the embassy area said authorities allowed the protest because it was "peaceful." When they started climbing the walls, he said he called for more troops, denying that the protesters stormed the embassy. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to reporters.

    The Cairo embassy is in a diplomatic area in Garden City, where the British and Italian embassies are located, only a few blocks away from Tahrir Square, the center of last year's uprising that led to the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. The U.S. Embassy is built like a fortress, with a wall several meters (yards) high. But security has been scaled back in recent months, with several roadblocks leading to the facility removed after legal court cases by residents.

    The Egyptian Foreign Ministry promised in a statement to provide the necessary security for diplomatic missions and embassies and warned that "such incidents will negatively impact the image of stability in Egypt, which will have consequences on the life of its citizens."

    One protester, Hossam Ahmed, said he was among those who entered the embassy compound and replaced the American flag with the black one. He said the group has now removed the black flag from the pole and laid it instead on a ladder on top of the wall.

    "This is a very simple reaction to harming our prophet," said another, bearded young protester, Abdel-Hamid Ibrahim.

    In Washington, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said Egyptian police had removed the demonstrators who entered the embassy grounds.

    Muslims find it offensive to depict Muhammad in any fashion, much less in an insulting way. The 2005 publication of 12 caricatures of the prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper triggered riots in many Muslim countries.

    A 14-minute trailer of the movie that sparked the protests, posted on the website YouTube in an original English version and another dubbed into Egyptian Arabic, depicts Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman in an overtly ridiculing way, showing him having sex and calling for massacres.

    A YouTube spokesperson said the website would not take down the video at this point. The website's guidelines call for removing videos that include a threat of violence, but not those only expressing opinions. YouTube's practice is not to comment on a specific videos.

    "We take great care when we enforce our policies and try to allow as much content as possible while ensuring that our Community Guidelines are followed," the YouTube spokesperson said. "Flagged content that does not violate our Guidelines will remain on the site."

    Sam Bacile, an American citizen who said he produced, directed and wrote the two-hour film, said he had not anticipated such a furious reaction.

    "I feel sorry for the embassy. I am mad," Bacile said.

    Speaking from a telephone with a California number, Bacile said he is Jewish and familiar with the region. Bacile said the film was produced in English and he doesn't know who dubbed it in Arabic. The full film has not been shown yet, he said, and he said he has declined distribution offers for now.

    "My plan is to make a series of 200 hours" about the same subject, he said.
    Morris Sadek, an Egyptian-born Christian in the U.S. known for his anti-Islam views, told The Associated Press from Washington that he was promoting the video on his website and on certain TV stations, which he did not identify.

    Both depicted the film as showing how Coptic Christians are oppressed in Egypt, though it goes well beyond that to ridicule Muhammad - a reflection of their contention that Islam as a religion is inherently oppressive.

    "The main problem is I am the first one to put on the screen someone who is (portraying) Muhammad. It makes them mad," Bacile said. "But we have to open the door. After 9/11 everybody should be in front of the judge, even Jesus, even Muhammad."

    For several days, Egyptian media have been reporting on the video, playing some excerpts from it and blaming Sadek for it, with ultraconservative clerics going on air to denounce it.
    Medhat Klada, a representative of Coptic Christian organizations in Europe, said Sadek's views are not representative of expatriate Copts.

    "He is an extremist ... We don't go down this road. He has incited the people (in Egypt) against Copts," he said, speaking from Switzerland. "We refuse any attacks on religions because of a moral position."
    But he said he was concerned about the backlash from angry Islamists, saying their protest only promotes the movie. "They don't know dialogue and they think that Islam will be offended from a movie."

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    Egyptian protesters tear down US embassy flag

    Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators angered by a film deemed offensive to Islam tore down the US flag during a protest at the embassy in Cairo on Tuesday.

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    A vehicle and the surrounding area are engulfed in flames after it was
    set on fire inside the US consulate compound in Benghazi Photograph: Str/AFP/Getty Images

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    WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confirmed late on Tuesday that a State Department official had been killed in an attack on America’s consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
    “We are heartbroken by this terrible loss,” Clinton said in a statement, adding that Washington was working with countries around the world to protect its missions after twin attacks in Libya and the Egyptian capital of Cairo.
    “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and those who have suffered in this attack,” Clinton added in her statement.
    The attack in Benghazi came after protesters earlier in the day stormed the US embassy in Cairo, scaling the walls and tearing down the US flag, on the somber 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States.
    Clinton did not name the man who was killed when an armed mob protesting against a film deemed to be offensive to Islam attacked the consulate in Libya, using rocket-propelled grenades and eventually setting the mission on fire.
    “Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet,” Clinton said in her statement.
    “The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation.
    “But let me be clear: There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind.” Clinton said she had spoken with Libyan leader Mohamed al-Megaryef to coordinate extra support to help protect Americans working in Libya, and he had pledged his full cooperation.
    “In light of the events of today, the United States government is working with partner countries around the world to protect our personnel, our missions, and American citizens worldwide,” Clinton said.
    Benghazi, cradle of the revolution that ousted strongman Moamer Qadhafi last year, has seen a wave of violence in recent months, including attacks on Western targets, bombings of military buildings and the killings of army and security officers.
    The United States helped build an international coalition which imposed a “no-fly” zone over Libya last year, helping the rebels to oust Qadhafi.
    Washington has come under increasing pressure to increase its involvement in a similar rebellion in Syria, where the opposition is fighting to topple President Bashar al-Assad.
    But Tuesday’s events in Libya could harden opposition to any full-scale US intervention in Syria.

    The film at the center of anti-US protests was made by an Israeli-American who describes Islam as a “cancer,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
    The movie, “Innocence of Muslims,” was directed and produced by Sam Bacile, a 52-year-old real-estate developer from southern California.
    The film is being promoted by controversial Florida pastor Terry Jones, who has drawn protests in the past for burning the Quran and vehemently opposing the construction of a mosque near Ground Zero in New York.

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    Pakistanis should protest against the new Anti-Islamic film made by americans




    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContentP/1/52569/Egypt/UPDATE-Army-deployed-as-Egypt-protesters-breach-US.aspx


    It is in UN law that no one in the world can talk about Holocaust on any public forum! But when it comes to Muslims they all are united against us.

    We should have protests in Pakistan against this! We should also tear down US flags from their embassies in Pakistan. You might cry if you see that video in which they made fun of our beloved Prophet SAW. May Allah give them the worst of death and place them in the worst form in hell.

    Even ISI also knows that who is our biggest enemy!
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    Re: Pakistanis should protest against the new Anti-Islamic film made by americans

    According to New World Order the Americans are the most powerful nation and the world stands unipolar. Whatever they say is a command and whatever they do is a rule.
    Muslims being weaker can not dictate unless they seek power and turn the world as bipolar.


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    New attack on islam and muslims by the west




    Anti-Islam filmmaker in hiding after deadly protests in Egypt, Libya; blames lax security



    LOS ANGELES — An Israeli filmmaker based in California went into hiding Tuesday after his movie attacking Islam’s prophet Muhammad sparked angry assaults by ultra-conservative Muslims on U.S. missions in Egypt and Libya, where one American was killed.
    Speaking by phone from an undisclosed location, writer and director Sam Bacile remained defiant, saying Islam is a cancer and that the 56-year-old intended his film to be a provocative political statement condemning the religion.
    Protesters angered over Bacile’s film opened fire on and burned down the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing an American diplomat on Tuesday. In Egypt, protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo and replaced an American flag with an Islamic banner.
    “This is a political movie,” said Bacile. “The U.S. lost a lot of money and a lot of people in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but we’re fighting with ideas.”
    Bacile, a California real estate developer who identifies himself as an Israeli Jew, said he believes the movie will help his native land by exposing Islam’s flaws to the world.
    “Islam is a cancer, period,” he said repeatedly, his solemn voice thickly accented.
    The two-hour movie, “Innocence of Muslims,” cost $5 million to make and was financed with the help of more than 100 Jewish donors, said Bacile, who wrote and directed it.
    The film claims Muhammad was a fraud. An English-language 13-minute trailer on YouTube shows an amateur cast performing a wooden dialogue of insults disguised as revelations about Muhammad, whose obedient followers are presented as a cadre of goons.
    It depicts Muhammad as a feckless philanderer who approved of child sexual abuse, among other overtly insulting claims that have caused outrage.
    Muslims find it offensive to depict Muhammad in any manner, let alone insult the prophet. A Danish newspaper’s 2005 publication of 12 caricatures of the prophet triggered riots in many Muslim countries.
    Though Bacile was apologetic about the American who was killed as a result of the outrage over his film, he blamed lax embassy security and the perpetrators of the violence.
    “I feel the security system (at the embassies) is no good,” said Bacile. “America should do something to change it.”
    A consultant on the film, Steve Klein, said the filmmaker is concerned for family members who live in Egypt. Bacile declined to confirm.
    Klein said he vowed to help Bacile make the movie but warned him that “you’re going to be the next Theo van Gogh.” Van Gogh was a Dutch filmmaker killed by a Muslim extremist in 2004 after making a film that was perceived as insulting to Islam.
    “We went into this knowing this was probably going to happen,” Klein said.
    Bacile’s film was dubbed into Egyptian Arabic by someone he doesn’t know, but he speaks enough Arabic to confirm that the translation is accurate. It was made in three months in the summer of 2011, with 59 actors and about 45 people behind the camera.
    The full film has been shown once, to a mostly empty theater in Hollywood earlier this year, said Bacile.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...8eb_story.html



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    US-ISRAEL Produces Blasphemy MOVIE Against PROPHET MOHAMMAD (SAW). EXTREME INSULT. All records broken.

    only for MUSLIM. we need PROTEST on STREETS please. or else.



    • Mohammed Abu Zaid, AP
    • Protesters destroy an American flag pulled down from the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Sept. 11.


    UPDATE 3: Egypt protesters torch US embassy flag, demand apology for anti-Islam film

    Angry demonstrators climb US embassy walls, torch American flag to protest anti-Islam film by US-based Coptic group; Muslim Brotherhood urges demonstrators to maintain protest's peaceful nature

    Ahram Online, Tuesday 11 Sep 2012


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    Protesters destroy an American flag pulled down from the U.S. embassy in Cairo September 11, 2012(Photo: Reuters)


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    PHOTO GALLERY: Angry protesters scale walls, burn flag at US Embassy



    Egyptian protesters on Tuesday took down the American flag from the walls of the US embassy in Cairo during a thousands-strong demonstration held to protest a short film produced by US based Coptic-Christians that critics say demeans Islam and the Prophet Mohammed.A number of protesters managed to climb atop the walls surrounding the embassy, while others were able to breach the embassy's garden, where they removed an American flag and replaced it with another one bearing the Islamic declaration of faith: "There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is the Prophet of Allah."
    The Ultras White Knights – hardcore football bans – claimed that members of their group had brought down the US flag. While group members have since retreated from the scene, they say they are planning additional rallies to protest the film.
    Many of the more Islamist-leaning protesters had answered calls by Salafist leader Wesam Abdel-Wareth – who is also the president of Egypt's ultra-conservative Al-Hekma television channel – to protest the film 'Mohammed's trial' at 5pm outside the US embassy in Cairo's Garden City district.
    Abdel-Wareth, for his part, denied that protesters had managed to breach embassy premises, claiming that the American flag had been torched in front – rather than inside – embassy grounds.
    The Al-Hekma channel's official Facebook page, meanwhile, has posted a photo of a group of young men removing the flag outside the embassy with a comment that reads: "Ultras Zamalek tear the American flag in front of the embassy."
    US embassy spokesman David Linfield, for his part, confirmed that protesters had been able to enter the embassy and remove the flag. He went on to deny rumours, however, that shots had been fired at demonstrators or that anyone had been injured or killed.
    According to one Ahram Online reporter at the scene, no one had been injured in the ongoing demonstration. Despite the tense atmosphere, security forces deployed at the scene appeared relatively relaxed, with many of them sitting on the sidewalk.
    Protesters carried signs condemning the alleged insults to Prophet Mohammed, while others vowed vengeance. Some protesters demanded the embassy's closure.
    "Obama, Obama there are still a billion Osamas," they chanted in reference to slain Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden.
    Other protesters wrote "There is no God but Allah and Mohamed is the Prophet of Allah" on the embassy's main gate, obscuring the sign reading "Embassy of the United States."
    "Everyone is here for the Prophet," said protester Osama Abdel-Halim. "Why is it that, in politics, everyone takes to the streets over things like the constitution, but not when the prophet is insulted?"
    Speaking to Ahram Online, engineer Ahmed Hussein said: "I don't want the embassy to be closed down, since this would adversely affect Egyptians living in the US. But I agree that the makers of this film should be prosecuted."
    He added: "I don't care if anyone insults Islamist politicians, but insulting the religion itself is a red line."
    Protester Mostafa Khalaf called on Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, who hails from the Muslim Brotherhood, to "take the necessary steps to prevent the broadcast of this offensive film."
    "Morsi, Morsi why are you silent? Isn't this your prophet?" protesters chanted.
    The protest began to deviate from its peaceful nature when some demonstrators began setting off fireworks, the sound of which resembled gunfire. Other demonstrators at the scene chanted "Peaceful, Peaceful," urging their fellow protesters to refrain from acts of violence.
    At one point, the Egyptian Army intervened, surrounding the embassy grounds in an effort to pacify the situation.
    The controversial film is reportedly being produced by US-based Coptic-Christian Egyptians, including Esmat Zaklama and Maurice Sadeq.
    Maurice Sadeq, a Coptic lawyer based in the US, announced earlier this week that the US-based 'High Authority of the Coptic State' would broadcast the 13-minute film on Tuesday to commemorate the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington.
    Various local churches in Egypt have condemned the film in recent days, asserting that those responsible for it were merely carrying out their own agendas and did not represent Egypt's Christian community.
    As of 8pm, roughly 20 people were standing atop the embassy's outer wall, while some 2,000 protesters amassed outside the building.
    In a Tuesday statement, the US embassy condemned the "ongoing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the feelings of Muslims" and the continued attacks on the religious beliefs of others under the guise of "freedom of expression."
    Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church and Evangelical Church, meanwhile, both released statements on Monday condemning the film, stressing that it did not represent Egypt's Christian community.
    Fadi Yousef, a member of the Egyptian Coptic Coalition, demanded that those responsible for producing the film be put on trial, describing the film's content as "offensive to all Egyptians."
    Brotherhood, Salafist reactions
    Meanwhile, Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Mahmoud Ghozlan said on Tuesday that the group planned to call for a million-man rally on Friday to register their opposition to the anti-Islam film.
    Ghozlan also said that the US administration should issue a formal apology for the film to the Muslim world, adding that the US government should prosecute the "madmen" whose activities were harming Washington's relations with Arab and Muslim countries.
    He further stressed that all demonstrations should remain peaceful in nature.
    "Protests should be peaceful and avoid any form of vandalism," Ghozlan asserted. "They should be civilised demonstrations of the Egyptian people's displeasure with this film."
    He went on to warn that "any non-peaceful activity will be exploited by those who hate Islam to defame the image of Egypt and Muslims."
    Ghozlan also dismissed the notion that the protests would negatively affect Egypt's relations with Washington, stressing that the issue should be one of concern to the entire Muslim world and not just Egypt.
    Ahmed Khalil, for his part, a senior leader of Egypt's Salafist Nour Party (which played a leading role in Tuesday's protest), said the party would not call for an open-ended sit-in in front of the embassy. Rather, he said, it had submitted a request to the US embassy demanding that the US government ban broadcast of the film and issue an official apology for its offensive content.
    Khalil added that the actions of "certain US citizens" who produced the film served to jeopardize Washington's relations with the entire Muslim world.
    In an attempt to contain the situation, members of Egypt's Salafist parties are reportedly cooperating with Egypt's Central Security Forces to persuade protesters to come down from atop the embassy's walls.
    As of 10pm, Ahram Online correspondents reported dwindling numbers of protesters in the vicinity of the embassy.
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    Re: US-ISRAEL Produces Blasphemy MOVIE Against PROPHET MOHAMMAD (SAW). EXTREME INSULT. All records broken.

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/s...ate/57752828/1

    reference for the above post.

    MUSLIM WAKE UP.

    LIBERAL MUSLIMS WAKE UP.

    WESTERN SLAVE MUSLIMS WAKE UP.

    SECULAR MUSLIMS WAKE UP.

    OR

    ELSE.


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    Re: Pakistanis should protest against the new Anti-Islamic film made by americans

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Sane View Post
    According to New World Order the Americans are the most powerful nation and the world stands unipolar. Whatever they say is a command and whatever they do is a rule.
    Muslims being weaker can not dictate unless they seek power and turn the world as bipolar.

    You are totally insane.

    US power is gone. those old days gone.

    PROOF----- SEE AFGHANISTAN WHERE US (SUPER POWER) is begging for peace after facing humiliated defeat.

    lolz.

    DO YOU WANT TO DEMONSTRATE AGAINST THIS ANTI-ISLAMIC FILM OR NOT.

    ARE YOU A MUSLIM at the first place?


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    Re: Pakistanis should protest against the new Anti-Islamic film made by americans

    INFORM YOUR ULIMA IN LOCAL MOSQUE that this had HAPPENED.


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    Re: Pakistanis should protest against the new Anti-Islamic film made by americans

    CAUTION: come forward and protest or no one is going to protest on your death. REMEMBER.


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    Re: US-ISRAEL Produces Blasphemy MOVIE Against PROPHET MOHAMMAD (SAW). EXTREME INSULT. All records broken.

    inform ULIMA in your local mosques.


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    Re: New attack on islam and muslims by the west

    These Egyptians and Libyans are 100 times more educated and more civilized than us. If this is in Pakistan people in their extreme anger will burn their own houses and buildings. They will damage anything which comes in their way and will not spare their fellow citizens belongings.


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    Re: New attack on islam and muslims by the west

    Do protest but please dont burn the property of your fellow citizen and dont burn your own country ..... a protest should be like a protest where the property of every citizen should be secure....

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