Obama: The death of the Ambassador will not break US-Libya bonds

Obama: The death of the Ambassador will not break US-Libya bonds

Washington : DC : USA | Sep 12, 2012 at 2:20 PM PDT
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Obama: The death of the Ambassador will not break US-Libya bonds At the White House on Wednesday, Obama said the violent attack that killed Christopher Stevens, US ambassador to Libya, and three other American diplomatic personnel on Tuesday night would not "break the bonds" between the two countries. US officials confirmed to Al Jazeera that a special unit of roughly 50 members of the Marine Corps had been dispatched to Libya to reinforce the troops guarding diplomats there. Obama ordered U.S. flags remain at half-staff until "the sunset of Sept. 16" in the White House and all public buildings and grounds, as well as in Federal Government buildings and naval vessels and stations belonging to USA.

The president also requested increase security measures at embassies worldwide. "Let there be no doubt: justice will be done," Obama said in a statement this morning from the White House in which he regretted that the attack coincided with the tenth anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001.

For his part, Libya's interim president, Mohammed el-Megarif, apologised for what he called the "cowardly" assault on the consulate, which also killed several Libyan security guards in the eastern city. He offered his condolences to the US and also pledged to bring the culprits to justice and maintain his country's close relations with Washington. Clinton said "Indeed I asked myself, how could this happen, how could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save from destruction," She added "Violence like this is no way to honour religion or faith," Clinton and Obama stressed the country's respect for all faiths and history of religious tolerance but said the attack was "senseless" and unjustifiable.

My point of view:

I'm sorry for the death of the American embassador and the other three diplomats. The Libyans are wrong to commit such atrocious action , but, some experts said ,this was a part of retaliation of the death of the Libyan Leader ; abu Yehia, who was belonged to Al Qaeda , in addtion to - naturely , to the abuse of the prophet - peace be upon him - .

Also , the Egyptians are mistaken to storm the American Embassy in Cairo and to burn the American flag . I think the film done by the Egyptian Coptics and a Jewish was a wedge between the Americans and the Egyptians , so that , the Israeli can strike Iran without the fear of the anger of the Egyptians . this can be seen , in the operation of Rafeh , when a lot of Egyptian soldiers were killed by Hamas hired by the Israelis. Besides, the Israelis don't want Obama to win a second term, In his turn ,

Obama refused to meet Nitanyahu, So America has to make a step to reconciliate with the Islamic world and to implement the law of abusing the religions and to improve the image of Islam in America and Europe


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John Christopher Stevens is the US ambassador to Libya
John Christopher Stevens is the US ambassador to Libya
Fury60 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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