Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Muslims rampage at US Embassies in Libya and Egypt

You can't reason with savages.  You can't have an intelligent discourse with wild beasts, so it's best not to go into their cages.  Let them tear each other to piece.  If you have a modicum of sense you will  give them a wide berth and never try to tame them or bring them into your own countries.  Wild animals cannot be tamed.  Nobody has yet been born who can pull Muslims from their caves into the modern era.

On Twitter, stupid Americans are throwing hate at Terry Jones.  What will it take to make these idiots realize that we need people like Terry Jones to test how well our own governments and our own citizens can stand firm and true for our freedoms against the antics of the savages ??????   You just can't fix stupid can you??

From Libya:
An American staff member of the U.S. consulate  in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi has died following fierce clashes at the compound, Libyan security sources said on Wednesday.
"One American staff member has died and a number have been injured in the clashes," Abdel-Monem Al-Hurr, spokesman for Libya's Supreme Security Committee, said, adding that he did not know the exact number of injured and could not say what the cause of death was.
An armed mob protesting over a film they said offended Islam, attacked the US consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi on Tuesday and set fire to the building, witnesses reported.
The attack happened on the same day as a similar group of hardliners waving black banners attacked the US embassy in Cairo and tore down the US flag, but it was not immediately clear if the two incidents were coordinated.....

From Egypt:
Roughly 2000 Salafist activists  answered a call on Tuesday by Wesam Abdel-Wareth, a Salafist leader and president of Egypt's Hekma television channel, to protest 'Muhammad's Trial' – a US-made film which, critics say, insults Islam's Prophet Mohammed – at 5pm in front of the US embassy in Cairo. 
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 restrain themselves. 
Some protesters managed to scale the embassy walls, remove the American flag and replace it with a black flag on which was written: "There's no God but God and Muhammad is the prophet of God." 
At one point, the Egyptian Army intervened, surrounding the embassy grounds in an effort to control the situation. 
The controversial film is reportedly being produced by US-based Coptic-Christian Egyptians, including Esmat Zaklama and Morees Sadek, with the support of the Terry Jones Church in the United States.....

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