Egypt Demands Obama Arrest Anti-Muslim US Citizens
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Sep 18, 2012, 07:04 PM
A Egypt.jpgPresident Barack Obama is considering whether or not to follow extradition papers submitted by the Egyptian government to arrest U.S. citizens who oppose the rise of Islamic radicalism.

The BBC News reports that, “authorities in Cairo have ordered the arrest of seven U.S.-based Egyptian Coptic Christians for their alleged involvement in an anti-Islam video.”

The video posted on YouTube ignited violent demonstrations and riots across the Arab world for its depiction of Prophet Muhammad as a bisexual sex predator.

According to the BBC, “it is unclear who made the film, but it has been linked to an Egyptian Coptic Christian living in the United States.”

Egypt has issued an arrest warrant for Pastor Terry Jones, who earned notoriety for burning Korans.

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written by Passive Voices , September 19, 2012

The anti-Islam video has finally proved to be a proverbial last straw on the back of the American camel. Whoever is behind this video is clearly not a friend of those who want some sort of face-saving for the US and Obama Administration in Afghan end-game. The video has tried to prove that American intervention in Libya and Tunis was an Obama misadventure and that pliant regimes in these countries and that in Egypt were in America’s political interests. The video has not only triggered violence, it has given an excuse to Afghan Taliban to intensify their attacks on American forces in Afghanistan. Whoever made the video should be declared as America’s Enemy Number One. Read more at: http://passivevoices.wordpress...umber-one/

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