News ID: 365224
Publish Date: 16 September 2012 - 05:30
Navideshahed: Egyptian activists condemned production and presentation of an insulting film against Islam, and cautioned that the move aims to pave the ground for arrogant powers, including the US, to occupy Egypt.

The activists said that the blasphemous film has been made to lay the ground for the deployment of US forces to occupy the North African country.

The political groups demanded that Mursi take a tough stance against the desecration of Islamic sanctities, shut the US embassy in Cairo and recall the Egyptian ambassador to Washington over a sacrilegious movie that insults Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

"If an American soldier steps on Egyptian soil, we will destroy all them," said Sheikh Gamal Saber, coordinator of the Hazimoun movement.

"We will not remain silent when it comes to insulting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) because they don't know anything of Muslims' real wrath," Saber said, adding that tens of thousands of Egyptians will continue demonstrations against the US and the Israeli regime.

Also, in an interview with FNA in Cairo on Friday, parliament member and leader of Egypt's al-Jill Party Naji al-Shahabi warned the White House leaders that "The ties with the US will go to hell if the United States does not offer its formal apology to the entire world Muslims, specially Egyptians".

In the meantime, Jamal Dhahran, who chairs the faculty of Political Sciences at Egypt's Suez University, told FNA on Friday, "The Egyptian people, along with other Muslim nations, are strongly furious at the recent insult to the holy prophet of Islam and want Cairo to cut off political relations with the US as the main sponsor of this insulting movie."

The anti-Islam film has drawn condemnation from numerous countries including Egypt, Afghanistan, Libya, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Iran, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Morocco, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, etc.

Innocence of Muslims, previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim film which continues insulting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) since the very beginning to the end. The five-million-dollar movie has been financed by 100 Jews and produced by an American-Israeli man in the US.

Egyptians held a fresh demonstration against the blasphemous movie outside the US Embassy in Cairo on Friday.

Security forces scuffled with demonstrators and fired tear gas at the angry protesters.

Egyptian protesters have held similar demonstrations outside the embassy during the past three days.

On Tuesday, thousands of Egyptians stormed the embassy, scaled its walls, pulled down the US flag and called for the expulsion of the US ambassador to Egypt. They also asked the US government to apologize to the Muslim world over the release of the movie.

A few hours later, clashes broke out at the US consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi after a group of people held a demonstration to protest against the anti-Islam movie. US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three staff members of the US consulate were killed during clashes at the consulate building. According to a US official, at least five other Americans were also wounded during the clashes.

Washington has been evacuating most of its diplomatic staff from Libya to Germany following the attack. The US has also stepped up security at its diplomatic missions in other countries.

The US diplomatic corps in Egypt have also escaped the country following the Tuesday protests at the US embassy in Cairo.

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Source: Fars News Agency

The activists said that the blasphemous film has been made to lay the ground for the deployment of US forces to occupy the North African country. The political groups demanded that Mursi take a tough stance against the desecration of Islamic sanctities, shut the US embassy in Cairo and recall the Egyptian ambassador to Washington over a sacrilegious movie that insults Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). "If an American soldier steps on Egyptian soil, we will destroy all them," said Sheikh Gamal Saber, coordinator of the Hazimoun movement. "We will not remain silent when it comes to insulting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) because they don't know anything of Muslims' real wrath," Saber said, adding that tens of thousands of Egyptians will continue demonstrations against the US and the Israeli regime. Also, in an interview with FNA in Cairo on Friday, parliament member and leader of Egypt's al-Jill Party Naji al-Shahabi warned the White House leaders that "The ties with the US will go to hell if the United States does not offer its formal apology to the entire world Muslims, specially Egyptians". In the meantime, Jamal Dhahran, who chairs the faculty of Political Sciences at Egypt's Suez University, told FNA on Friday, "The Egyptian people, along with other Muslim nations, are strongly furious at the recent insult to the holy prophet of Islam and want Cairo to cut off political relations with the US as the main sponsor of this insulting movie." The anti-Islam film has drawn condemnation from numerous countries including Egypt, Afghanistan, Libya, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Iran, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Morocco, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, etc. Innocence of Muslims, previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim film which continues insulting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) since the very beginning to the end. The five-million-dollar movie has been financed by 100 Jews and produced by an American-Israeli man in the US. Egyptians held a fresh demonstration against the blasphemous movie outside the US Embassy in Cairo on Friday. Security forces scuffled with demonstrators and fired tear gas at the angry protesters. Egyptian protesters have held similar demonstrations outside the embassy during the past three days. On Tuesday, thousands of Egyptians stormed the embassy, scaled its walls, pulled down the US flag and called for the expulsion of the US ambassador to Egypt. They also asked the US government to apologize to the Muslim world over the release of the movie. A few hours later, clashes broke out at the US consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi after a group of people held a demonstration to protest against the anti-Islam movie. US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three staff members of the US consulate were killed during clashes at the consulate building. According to a US official, at least five other Americans were also wounded during the clashes. Washington has been evacuating most of its diplomatic staff from Libya to Germany following the attack. The US has also stepped up security at its diplomatic missions in other countries. The US diplomatic corps in Egypt have also escaped the country following the Tuesday protests at the US embassy in Cairo. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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