Tomorrow is Friday prayers in Islam — the point at which violence traditionally explodes. Imams incite and ignite devout religious fervor, and tomorrow analysts expect the Middle East to explode — inshallah, of course.
Prominent Shumoukh Member Calls To Burn Down
U.S. Embassy In Egypt With All Staff Inside In Order To Pressure U.S. To
Release Blind Sheikh
Nasser Al-Qaeda, a prominent writer on the
Jihadi forum Shumoukh Al-Islam suggested burning down the U.S. embassy
in Egypt with all workers inside in order to pressure the U.S. to
release Sheikh 'Omar 'Abd Al-Rahman aka the Blind Sheikh.
September 07, 2012
This MEMRI JTTM report was released four days before the demonstration in Cairo, on September 7.
On September 7, 2012, Nasser Al-Qaeda, a prominent writer on the Jihadi forum Shumoukh Al-Islam suggested burning down the U.S. embassy in Egypt with all workers inside in order to pressure the U.S. to release Sheikh 'Omar 'Abd Al-Rahman aka the Blind Sheikh. In the post, titled "How can the U.S. embassy remain in Egypt while [the U.S.] imprisons Sheikh 'Omar 'Abd Al-Rahman," Nasser Al-Qaeda wrote: "Oh people of Egypt, it is time [to launch] a powerful movement to liberate the mujahid Sheikh 'Omar 'Abd Al-Rahman. Click here to read the full report.
Responding To Intense Campaign On Jihadi Forums, Jihadis Join Protest Outside U.S. Embassy In Cairo, Tearing Down U.S. Flag And Replacing It With Al-Qaeda Banner
Thousands of protesters, angered by a movie depicting the Prophet Muhammad, expected to be released today, marking the 11th anniversary of 9/11, attacked the U.S. embassy in Egypt, tearing down and burning the building's American flag and replacing it with Al-Qaeda's black and white banner. The demonstration, which took place today following Al-Asr prayers, was organized by a number of political parties, revolutionary groups, jihadis, and even Coptic activists objecting to the film, which was produced in the U.S. by two Coptic leaders Click here to read the full report.
Protesters In Egypt Call For "Demonstration Of Millions" Tomorrow, Say: "Our First Demand Is To Burn The Embassy And Expel The Ambassador"
At a demonstration held yesterday (September 12) outside the US embassy in Cairo, participants called to hold a "demonstration of millions" outside the emabassy tomorrow in protest over the film insulting the Prophet Muhammad. The demonstrators said: "Our first demand is to burn the embassy and to expel the ambassador." Click here to read the full report.
Demonstrators Storm U.S. Embassy In Cairo And Replace Star-Spangled Banner With Black Flag Of Al-Qaeda
Following are excerpts from news reports on the storming of the U.S. embassy in Cairo on September 11, 2012, following news of the release of a U.S.-produced film that affronted the Prophet Muhammad. The reports aired on Al-Tahrir TV and Al-Hayat TV and were posted on the Internet. Click here to view this clip on MEMRI TV.
Spokesman For Ansar Al-Sharia Brigades In Benghazi: Our Response Is Taken From The Teachings Of Our Prophet
In a video statement that aired September 12, 2012, the spokesman for Ansar Al-Sharia Brigade in Benghazi hailed the burning down of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi by Libyan protestors angered by a film negatively depicting the Prophet Muhammad, which resulted in the deaths of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other diplomats. Click here to read the full report.
Salafi-Jihadi Movement In Jordan Calls For "Protest Of Rage" Outside U.S. Embassy In Amman
The Jordanian website alsabeel.com reported that the Salafi-jihadi movement in Jordan called for a "protest of rage" to be held on Friday, September 14, in front of the U.S. embassy in Amman. In an annoucement it issued, the movement condemned the film insulting the Prophet Muhammad, and said that the entire West is responsible for the outrage. It praised the Muslims who stood up to defend the Prophet's honor "in words and deeds," and called upon Muslims everywhere to act to defend the Prophet's honor "even if it will cost us our lives." Click here to read the full report.
Ansar Al-Shari'a Commander In Abyan: "The Mujahideen Worldwide Have Undertaken To Fight The U.S. And Its Supporters With All Their Might, Everywhere And At All Times"
The September 2012 issue (#24) of Madad, the magazine of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), features an interview with Jalal Bal'edi (aka Hamza Al-Zinjibari), commander of Al-Qaeda's front group in Yemen, Ansar Al-Shari'a, in Abyan governorate. Al-Zinjibari states that Yemen's latest armed attack on the mujahideen in Abyan was supervised by the U.S. and funded by Saudi Arabia and the UAE. He attacksnthe Yemeni government saying that, instead of addressing the dire problems of the Yemeni population, it decided to declare war on the mujahideen, and to eliminate the Islamic model of governance that they were implementing in Abyan for the benefit of its people. He also directs criticism at the Saudi government, saying that, instead of attacking the Jews, "who have stolen Al-Aqsa," and Bashar Al-Assad, "who is murdering Muslims," it chose to fund the attack on the mujahideen and even sent its war planes to participate in it. Click here to read the full report.
Here's the latest on the jihad against freedom:
Hundreds of protesters stormed the U.S. Embassy compound
in the capital Sanaa, chanting “death to America,” setting tires ablaze,
smashing windows and pelting the compound with rocks. They brought down
the U.S. flag in the courtyard, burned it and replaced it with a black
Yemeni security forces rushed to the scene, fired
in the air and used tear gas to disperse the demonstrators. They were
able to drive them out of the compound after about 45 minutes, sealing
off the surrounding streets. Yemen’s president apologized to President
Barack Obama for the attack that he said was aimed to derail Yemen’s
close relations with Washington.
clashed with police near the U.S. Embassy in Cairo for the third day in a
row. Police used tear gas to disperse the demonstrators and the two
sides pelted each other with rocks. Sixteen protesters and 13 policemen
were wounded in the clashes, which broke out overnight. Twelve
protesters have been arrested, the Interior Ministry said.
Islamist President Mohammed Morsi vowed during a visit to Brussels not
to allow attacks on foreign embassies in Cairo, saying the Egyptian
people reject such “unlawful acts.”
The ruling Muslim Brotherhood
called for demonstrations after Friday prayers to protest against the
movie that ridicules Prophet Muhammad.
of followers of the anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr
demanded the closure of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad — the largest
American diplomatic mission in the world — because of the film.
Thousands marched in the Shiite stronghold of Sadr City in northeast
Baghdad and shouted, “No, no, to Israel! No, no to America!” and “Yes,
yes for Messenger of God.”
An Iran-backed Shiite militant group
threatened U.S. interests in Iraq with its militia’s leader, Qais
al-Khazali, telling the AP that the amateurish movie was unforgiveable.
He called on all Muslims to “face our joint enemy.” An estimated 15,000
employees work at the U.S. embassy.
Large protests were expected in Baghdad and Iraq’s second largest city, Basra, after Friday prayers.
government in Kabul has sought to avert protests, given that anger over
perceived insults to Islam has triggered violence in the past.
President Hamid Karzai canceled an official visit to Norway and spoke by
phone with Obama to convey his condolences for the deaths of the U.S.
ambassador to Libya and three other diplomats. He also discussed the
“film and the insulting of holy Islamic values.”
A Shiite cleric
condemned the film during a sermon in a mosque west of Kabul. Sayyed
Eisa Hossaini Mazari told about 200 worshippers in a mosque west of
Kabul that a “dirty American made a movie and it was put on YouTube.”
Mazari did not directly call for demonstrations in Afghanistan, but told
the AP there will be protests if there is no “U.S. action against the
About 50 protesters gathered in
Tehran outside the Swiss Embassy, which looks after U.S. diplomatic
interests, shouting “Death to America” and condemning the film. The
embassy is heavily guarded by riot police and there were no reports of
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged the
United States to punish those who were involved in making and financing
the film, calling it “a grave and unforgivable sin” and a “dirty crime.”
Authorities have called for protests after Friday prayers.
150 Muslim clerics and lawmakers from the ruling Hamas movement stage a
protest outside the parliament building in Gaza City to condemn the
film. They accused Israel and the West of stoking up sectarian tensions
in the region and pitching Muslims against Christians.
Hamas and the smaller militant group Islamic Jihad are calling for large protests across Gaza on Friday.
police said they were stepping up security ahead of Friday prayers in
Jerusalem. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that “tensions have
been felt.” He said a larger number of officers would be deployed around
Jerusalem’s Old City, where the Al-Aqsa mosque, Islam’s third-holiest
site, is located.
Calls by several Muslim
opposition groups for protests at the U.S. Embassy in the capital Amman
went ignored. A banned extremist Islamic movement with links to al-Qaida
called on its followers to attend a demonstration outside the American
embassy compound after Friday prayers.
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