Yes violent protests in the Middle East is getting stronger
On the other hand warned the economic circles in Germany from the consequences of violent protests in the Muslim world, and particularly in the Middle East, against the film abuser, the investments needed in the region.
Said Felix Nwegart, a Middle East expert at the Council Chamber of Commerce and Industry German, told the German news agency on Monday:
"Companies are already there have become resistant to crises and has experience in crisis management,
What is happening now is not tragic for her, and I did not hear about the withdrawal of the company from the region so far,
According to our information, the initial not any German company evacuated its staff from there,
But on the other side, these protests have serious damage to the reputation of the countries in the region,
Companies that do not exist there now and can even make deals and investments in the region have become afraid of directing its activities there because of the news. "
There are many statements to U.S. Secretary of Defense,
For his part, U.S. Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, on Sunday, that his army has no plans to boost its forces in the Middle East, despite violent protests that targeted U.S. diplomatic missions in a number of Arab States; after the emergence of film abuser of the Prophet Mohammad.
Panetta told reporters, before arriving in Tokyo on an Asian tour, that with the deployment of a large force in the region,
Add to anti-terrorism squads of troops «Marines sent to Yemen and Libya, the army has the ability to respond appropriately to protect American diplomats, and added:« We have a large presence in the region.
And there are many incidents of violence in many countries and Afghanistan:
Hundreds of Afghans burned cars and threw rocks at a US military base as a demonstration against an anti-Islam film that ridicules the Prophet Mohammed turned violent in the Afghan capital early Monday.
In Jakarta, Indonesia hundreds of anger during the film clashed with police outside the U.S. Embassy, throwing petrol bombs and stones and set tires ablaze outside the Mission
In Iran, the leader of the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei West to prevent the film from Monday to prove that they are not "partners" in the "great crime", according to Iranian state television.