News ID: 365256
Publish Date: 16 September 2012 - 06:41
Navideshahed: On Thursday, UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, condemned the “hateful”? anti-Islam film that he said was deliberately intended to incite bigotry.

The Secretary General is deeply disturbed by the eruption of deadly anti-US violence in Libya and other Middle Eastern countries caused by the anti-Islam film recently made in US, said UN Spokeswoman, Vannina Maestracci.

“Nothing justifies such killings and attacks. He condemns the hateful film that appears to have been deliberately designed to sow bigotry and bloodshed,”? the spokeswoman added.
“At this time of rising tensions, the secretary general calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue, mutual respect and understanding.”?

The film sparked an attack in which the US ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed in the Libyan city of Benghazi, clashes in Yemen in which four people were killed when demonstrators tried to storm the US embassy and violent protests outside the US embassy in Cairo.

The film denigrating the Prophet Mohammed was promoted by evangelical and Coptic Christians living in the United States. The suspected producer is a Coptic Christian living in California.

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Source: Taqrib News Agency

The Secretary General is deeply disturbed by the eruption of deadly anti-US violence in Libya and other Middle Eastern countries caused by the anti-Islam film recently made in US, said UN Spokeswoman, Vannina Maestracci. “Nothing justifies such killings and attacks. He condemns the hateful film that appears to have been deliberately designed to sow bigotry and bloodshed,”? the spokeswoman added. “At this time of rising tensions, the secretary general calls for calm and restraint, and stresses the need for dialogue, mutual respect and understanding.”? The film sparked an attack in which the US ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed in the Libyan city of Benghazi, clashes in Yemen in which four people were killed when demonstrators tried to storm the US embassy and violent protests outside the US embassy in Cairo. The film denigrating the Prophet Mohammed was promoted by evangelical and Coptic Christians living in the United States. The suspected producer is a Coptic Christian living in California. The End Source: Taqrib News Agency
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