According to analysts of KC, recurrent public humiliation in the West of Islam and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is a kind of a test. Those who are behind this provocation, are actually carrying out the "assessment" of the state of the Islamic Ummah and determine - what the Muslims could do and what their potential today is.
Judging by the reaction of Muslims (and there are more than 1.7 billion of Muslims in the world at present), the organizers of provocation should be happy - as it stands now, Muslims can do nothing more but stage noisy demonstrations, complaining and litigation, while Sharia law is extremely strict for all types of abuse of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and requires unconditionally death penalty of the criminals.
According to Western and Russian press, the latest provocation with an anti-Islamic film, which insulted the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was organized by notorious Islamophobic pastor Jones, who got infamous by burning the Koran, and an American jew named Sam Basil.
According to Russian radio station Echo of Moscow, Sam Basil fled, fearing for his life. At the same time, pastor Jones, who produced the film, is going to show it to his congregation.
Western press reports that a senior Pentagon official suggested the notorious pastor should withdraw his support of the film, pointing out that the insulting film has provoked a wave of violence in the Middle East.
It is to be recalled that as a result of an attack on an American consulate in Libya, provoked by the film, American ambassador Stevens was killed and several others from his compatriots were wounded.
In Egypt, demonstrators stormed the American embassy and hoisted the black Islamic Flag (which the West thinks to be the flag of al-Qaeda) on the roof of the building, and demonstrators wrote of the name of martyred Sheikh Osama bin Laden on embassy's plate at the entrance to the building.
Curiously, Western media tried this time tried to avoid using the term of the "flag of Al Qaeda", saying only that it was "a black flag with Arabic inscription with the words from the Koran".
The protests spread to Tunis. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the demonstrators.
On Wednesday, large-scale protests were held in Sudan, Morocco and Palestine, the demonstrators limited themselves by duty burning of an American flag in front of the UN troops in Gaza.
Meanwhile, the leadership of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan called on to strengthen the fight against America. The IEA Mujahideen said that Muslims should avenge the Americans for insulting Islam and the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
Western media admitted that even Karzai's puppets in Afghanistan and Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt were forced to publicly condemn the anti-Muslim trick. Access to YouTube, which posted the fragments of the film, has been blocked in these countries.
In addition, the Muslim Brotherhood urged Egyptians to go to the streets in protest on Friday and Egyptian president Mohammed Mursi instructed the Egyptian embassy in Washington to file a lawsuit against the makers of the film.
Western press writes that the current events remind inflamed passions of the "cartoon scandal" six years ago, and expressed concern that violence may increase. However, judging by the way the so-called "Islamic rulers" are accepting one insult after another, when the only reaction from them is senseless mooing and lawsuits, no shock and serious consequences are expected. At least, for now.
However, it is obvious that the anger of Islamic masses grows, the consciousness of the Ummah is clearing up, and the state of humiliation becomes intolerable. An explosion will follow, there is no doubt. The question is how soon.
Department of Monitoring