Militant Muslims are quite fond of referring to the United States of America as being the great Satan, and [here] is Mitt Romney giving them a reason to think about us as they do. For he could be our next president, and he feels like we should not be ashamed of the actions of some of our citizens when they do awful things.
If you are not up to speed on what this is about, the “stuff” was about to hit the proverbial fan in the Muslim world over a trailer for [Innocence of Muslims] being on YouTube, and in the hope of appeasing the outraged, a staffer with the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Egypt issued a statement. Now, I was unable to find a copy of the original statement, but I saw the following on a televised [Anderson Cooper] segment: The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continued efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims…as we condemn efforts to offend believers of all religions we firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.
If you haven’t seen Innocence of Muslims yet, you better hurry. For the trailer can still be seen [here], but I don’t expect it to be up too much longer. In fact, I am rather shocked that YouTube has not taken it down already.
Oh yeah, you are in for a real treat when you see it. For Innocence of Muslims looks like something produced by a couple of teenagers while on a spray paint-huffing binge that makes even some [Syfy movies] look Oscar-worthy!
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