Posts Tagged ‘Libya’

Today’s special edition will focus on the following topics:

* New events leading up to Ghadaffi’s death

* Who really murdered Ghadaffi, and why? Is he really dead?

* How is this connected to the murder of Ambassador Stevens?…

* … and the upcoming US presidential elections?

 

 

 

PS. The reason there are so few links in this post is because there is no one else reporting on Ghadaffi’s murder. Corporate media cover up? You decide.

Some of the topics covered in the video:

– Protests in Libya

– French publish cartoon of Mohammed but ban nude pics of Kate Middleton: freedom of speech?

– Interview with El-Murid and the forces behind the “Innocence of Islam” provocation

– Tortured prisoners in Georgia: Russia’s Putin as the uber scapegoat?

 

A wave of American pogroms swept through countries of the victorious Arab revolution. In Libya, the Islamists seized the US embassy, ​​killing an official and wounding several staff. In Egypt, a crowd of protesters stormed the US consulate and burned the Stars and Stripes. All this occurred against the background of renewed attempts at negotiations between the US and the Islamic terrorist groups. What was the reason for such aggravation this time?

No “Wow!”

In the Libyan city of Benghazi, known as the capital of the recent revolution, the unthinkable happened – a crowd of angry Islamists attacked the US consulate. The attack started with a shot from a grenade launcher, which hit one of the embassy’s windows. Islamists then broke into the consulate and sacked it. As a result, a U.S. embassy official was killed in the skirmish and another suffered burns. Police failed to counter the attack, and the diplomatic mission was looted. At the time of this writing the material unrest continues in Benghazi, clashes with security forces are held in different parts of the city.

Hillary Clinton, speaking to reporters, “condemned such acts of violence,” saying that “there is no excuse for such cruelty.” Recall that Mrs. Clinton is known for many statements justifying cruelty around the world, from the famous «Wow!», uttered on the murder of Gaddafi, to concealment of facts surrounding the slaughter of innocent civilians by the Syrian militants.

A day earlier, the American consulate in Egypt was besieged by a crowd of about 3,000 people. Protesters tore down and burned the American Stars and Stripes, hoisting in its place a black flag with the Shahada (the creed – a inscription in Arabic: “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger”). According to some evidence, to restore order police were forced to open fire on the Islamists. Victim data has not been released yet.

Another provocation

What caused the wrath of Islamists this time? It is reported that protesters in Cairo rioted against the upcoming film “Muhammad, the Muslim prophet,” which ​​contained, in their view, offensive slander. Supposedly the infamous Pastor Terry Jones of Florida was involved in the creation of the film. The same one who had previously deliberately burned the Quran outside his church. Recall that this trick of his caused a wave of protests in Afghanistan that resulted in over 100 people dead, including several staff members of the UN mission, who were literally torn apart by the angry mob.

The film has not been released yet, and only its trailer is available on the Internet, translated into Arabic. Creators of the film said that they were not involved in the translation. They allegedly regret what happened, but do not give up plans to release 200-hour series of “Muhammad, the Muslim prophet.”

As for the massacre in Libya, its cause is still unclear. Some media also links it with the release of the trailer, but there is no evidence to support this yet.

Interestingly, this provocation took place in the wake of wide spread reporting by mass media of a truce proposal, made by Islamic terrorists to the United States. Thus, our earlier suggestion that such offers will be sabotaged has proved correct even faster than we expected.