Hours before his visit to Cairo where he met President Mohamed Morsi, Laurent Fabioss , French Foreign Minister praised Mursi when he spoke about the attacks, describing them as unacceptable, but warned at the same time the Arab Spring turns into winter extremist.
Fabius said in an interview with the French network Canal Plus - The assassination of the U.S. ambassador to Libya as very ugly, pointing out that more accurate information will be published about the circumstances of the assassination.
In Washington, Leon Panetta U.S. Defense Secretary predicted violent reactions to be continued in the Islamic world because of anti-Islam film. CNN quoted Panetta as saying in remarks made to reporters traveling by plane during an Asian trip that Washington expects acts of violence to last because of this film abusing the messenger Mohamed .
In Moscow, a spokeswoman for Russian prosecutors told Russian news agency Interfax: It is expected that the film is rated abuser as an extremist, adding that it was urging Internet service providers to prevent the display of insulting religious feelings and fueling ethnic hatred.
In Berlin, Chancellordemanded all parties moderation in the dispute over the abuser film . For his part, Hans-Peter Friedrich, Germany's interior minister strongly rejected the plans of right-wing extremists to view the film in a cinema in Berlin, calling for the need to show more respect towards religions. German Interior also issued a decree banning U.S. pastor who ordered burning copies of the Koran and in support of the anti-Islam film from entering Germany in response to an attempt of an extreme right-wing German associations and anti-Islam, sending him an invitation.
In Jerusalem, Israeli Foreign Ministry official accused US of burying its head in the sand, and it ignores the rising militancy in countries like Egypt and Tunisia .
Another official pointed out that the Americans tried to find explanations and justifications for what is happening in the countries of the Arab Spring, and simply ignored the problems.
In Ankara, Erdogan, Turkish Prime Minister confirmed that hatred of Islam is a crime , he pointed out that he would convey the issue to the United Nations through a draft stating that Islamophobia is a crime.
My point of view :
The US and the western Europe are well aware that of not playing with - fire - I mean religions . They learn to know that they will lose much if they neglect the feelings of the Muslims, 57 countries , over one billion population . look at the Muslims they respect other people's religions, If the Muslims have extremists , US have terrorists as well , like Terry Jones.
We all know that not all Muslims are Bin Laden and not all US are Terry Jones or Bernard Louis , who made the industry of Islamophopia in America, accusing the Islamic civilization of being failure .
He didn't know that the civilisations of the world are cycles , ups and downs. If Bernard Louis is boasting of the superiority of the Western civilization on the Muslims'. He may be right, but we had a better civilization once.
Besides, the western civilization is based on materialism, whereas our civilization is based on spiritualism. I don't say which is better and which is worse , but our relationship should be built on respect and co-operation not on superority and clash between the two civilizations