Muslims in Lybya and Egypt burn American flags

Today, a crowd of "ultra-conservative" Muslims went to the U.S. embassy, regardless of the fact that it was 9/11. and tore down the American flag. They attempted to burn it, to no avail, so then they simply tore it to pieces.

They then raised a flag eerily similar to that used by al-quieda, a black flag of the acclaimed prophet Muhammad. The same thing happened later in the day in Libya. Surprisingly, government police and troops allowed this to happen, no opposition was given to the rioters.

Accordingly , this was in protest to some Christian-Egyptian film producer that lives in the USA. We hear he directed some movie where Muhammad preached violence and had sex with animals.

Regardless of the cause, this is an insensitive act of violence, and a direct result of allowing The Muslim Brotherhood to take over these two countries. Again, look at these examples before you support Syrian Intervention.

Egyptian Muslims attacking an American flag on 9/11 Egyptian Muslims attacking an American flag on 9/11


 

 

 
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Are u fucking retarded they made fun of their prophet and u dont expect them to react fucking idiot much ?

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1) It was the wrong day to do this to the wrong country's flag
2) Should we burn Israeli flags because they call the pope a pedophile?
They have the right to object, yes, we all do. Freedom of speech is encouraged. But the burning of flags, and...

1) It was the wrong day to do this to the wrong country's flag
2) Should we burn Israeli flags because they call the pope a pedophile?
They have the right to object, yes, we all do. Freedom of speech is encouraged. But the burning of flags, and killing of ambassadors on 9/11 is beyond wrong.
Dearest regards, Ferdinand

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