Mass protests against another dirty movie, made in the United States and distributed through the American propaganda channel YouTube took place many Muslim countries on Friday.
In some countries, the rallies are still ongoing. The demonstrators attack embassies of US and its allies. Hundreds of people were injured during the clashes with police and troops that protect the US missions around the world. There have been lethal outcomes among the demonstrators, as well as among American diplomats.
Despite the fact that US Secretary of State Clinton condemned the anti-Islamic film, and numerous western and Zionist experts repeat the same mantra in one voice, that in a democracy, supposedly, it is impossible to ban independent producers from making offensive films and preventing television channels from spreading this filth, the Muslim masses ignore these statements, rightly pointing out to the hypocrisy of Western regimes.
For example, for any movie, book, publication, or even verbal disbelief in the Zionist fabrication of so-called "Holocaust", Western governments, without delay, arrest the "culprits" and imprison them. In many Western countries, there are criminal articles on the so-called "anti-Semitism", insulting homosexuals, and other abominations. The laws on freedom of speech are not applicable in this case.
However, freedom of speech is immediately dressed in costume of the "sacred cow" when it comes to the "right" to insult Islam and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Here the Western regimes are bucked, making horribly condemning faces and telling unreasonable Muslims that any dirty scoundrel has a "legal right" to insult the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
Offending the pederast, doubting the ingenuity of the "Holocaust", is prohibited; and yet you are allowed to offend Islam ...!
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.
On September 14, thousands of Muslims took to the streets for anti-American demonstrations in Egypt, Iran, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Qatar, Jordan, Kuwait, Sudan and other countries.
In the capital of Tunisia, protesters burned the so-called "American school". The building was empty.
Thousands of Muslims besieged the US Embassy in Tunis. Troops and police used weapons against the demonstrators. Three people were killed and 28 wounded. Muslims broke into the embassy and hoisted the black Islamic flag (or flag of Al-Qaeda, as it is called in the West) on the roof of the building.
Those in power (the so-called "moderate Islamists") used armed forces against Muslim protesters, involving helicopters and armored vehicles.
Participants of one rally threw Molotov cocktails at the car park belonging to the US embassy, setting several cars on fire.
In Sudan, Muslims attacked the embassies of US, UK and Germany. An Islamic flag was hoisted over the German Embassy. The embassy itself was seized by the demonstrators.
More than 500,000 people gathered for a protest action in Cairo on Friday. Troops and police of the regime of Muslim Brotherhood are protecting the US embassy, which had been previously evacuated. More than 250 demonstrators were wounded.
Egyptian president Mursi condemned anti-Islamic film and at the same time called to stop the attack on the US Embassy. Muslim Brotherhood has made an official statement declaring the need for a "peaceful protest".
Clashes have been continuing for several days on the approaches to the embassy in Cairo. In the quarter, where a US compound located, hundreds of military have been drawn in. Armored vehicles are placed on the perimeter of the embassy. Regime of Muslim Brotherhood builds concrete wall around the US embassy.
According to the latest data, the base of international "peacekeepers" was attacked in Egyptian Sinai. According to the AP, the representative of the base believed that the attack was carried out by Egyptian Mujahideen. Details were not disclosed.
Clashes took place during rallies and demonstrations in Lebanon. There are dead and wounded. Demonstrators set fire to an American network of fast food restaurants KFC.
Clashes and mass protests continue in Yemeni capital of Sana'a.
Muslims demand to deport all staff from the US embassy. To avoid attacks on the embassy, government troops blocked roads to the embassy. Police used water cannons, rubber bullets and fired warning shots against the demonstrators that tried to break into to the embassy.
Thousands of peaceful demonstrators gathered outside the US embassies in Indonesia and Qatar. In this case, the protesters in Jakarta said that offensive anti-Islamic film, distributed in the US, is an act of war against Islam.
Due to the tense situation, the US State Department announced the closure of embassies in several countries - particularly in Lagos and Nigeria.
There were massive protests in the Gaza Strip in the occupied Palestinian territories as well.
Department of Monitoring