Skip to comments.Thousands in Kashmir protest anti-Islam film - call Obama a "terrorist" [burn U.S., Israel flags]
Posted on 09/14/2012 7:37:47 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
SRINAGAR, India -- Thousands of angry Kashmiri Muslims protested Friday against an anti-Islam film, burning U.S. flags and calling President Barack Obama a "terrorist," while the top government cleric here reportedly demanded Americans leave the volatile Indian-controlled region immediately.
In the southern Indian city of Chennai, protesters threw stones at the U.S. Consulate, shattering some windows and burning Obama in effigy. Police quickly cleared the area, arresting more than 100 protesters. U.S. Embassy officials in Delhi did not immediately comment.
In Bangladesh, about 5,000 hard-line Muslims marched through the streets of the capital, Dhaka, after Friday prayers, burning U.S. and Israeli flags and calling for the arrest and death of the filmmaker. Police prevented them from marching toward the U.S. Embassy, which was several miles away.
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They still running with this movie meme in the media? I think it’s called bad foreign policy and bad planning.
welp, the terrorists sue know how to activate their moles
The movie is a convenient tool. There are many sides using it for their own ends.
“5,000 hard-line Muslims marched through the streets of the capital, Dhaka, after Friday prayers, burning U.S. and Israeli flags and calling for the arrest and death of the filmmaker” -— So they pray, then walk the streets burning flags, and calling for more murder. Sounds like a religion of peace to me.
It is not in many theaters....regardless this is a free nation and what gives a Muslim the right to kill because someone said something bad about their Prophet, they kill and disrespect all other religions at will. Youknowhathat they can do with that attitude...we have laws that disrespect killing................
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