Demonstrations in Egypt in front of the U.S. Embassy

Demonstrations in Egypt in front of the U.S. Embassy

Cairo : Egypt | Sep 11, 2012 at 10:27 AM PDT
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Demonstrations in Egypt in front of the U.S. Embassy

Yes, there are demonstrations now in Cairo in front of the U.S. Embassy

There are several reasons, including denouncing the film is offensive to the Prophet produced a number of Copts

Parties announced light and originality in addition to the coalition of the voice of wisdom, and the Salafist call, and the Islamic mainstream, and the Revolutionary Front for the Protection of the Revolution, and the Coalition for the January 25 revolution, combining the Arab Spring, a coalition of "bearded police officer,"

Some Coptic activists and politicians intention to participate in the demonstration.

The radical American pastor Terry Jones and Ismat Zklma, head of the so-called "Coptic state", and lawyer Morris Sadek, one of the leaders of the Copts, they announced the production of a film offends Islam and the Holy Prophet.

In defiance, announced Morris Sadek, that the film will be screened in the Sept. 11 anniversary church pastor Terry Jones, Florida.

Coincided invitations to these events, with an uprising within the Egyptian Islamic religious institutions and Christianity in the face of the call for the production of the above-mentioned film, which condemned the Copts participants in the production of the film,

In addition to denouncing a number of organizations and the Coptic diaspora communities, which numbered about 120 Coptic organizations, belonging to Copts around the world for that film,

Witnesses there said the demonstrations: Witnesses said the protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo and they lowered the American flag and raise the black banner saying "there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of God." And ascended about 20 protesters outer wall of the embassy, ​​and chanted "We sacrifice our blood and souls Islam" and removed the U.S. flag amid shouts of Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar.

This is the first time ever that the protesters of the rise of the U.S. Embassy after Wall disarmament iron fences that was blocking traffic on the streets surrounding the embassy.

The United States Embassy in Cairo condemned the continued attempts by some misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims, also condemned attempts to offend the faithful of all religions.

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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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