Protesting at the U.S. Embassy because of an Egyptian Copt's movie makes no sense
Published September 15th, 2012 - 10:29 GMT
One Egyptian blogger asks what is the problem with the protesters and why are they storming the American embassy for one movie by one guy who isn't even American; Top 10 realities of working in Jordan; and where to buy the new IPhone 5.
Like many others, I am against those protests since day one. What's the problem of those protesters? How come it is the USA that is to be blamed just because some people decided to make a film there that the angry protesters find it to be against their religion.
Google blocks anti Mohammed Peace be upon him Video on Youtube but only in Egypt and Libya (NOT ENOUGH WIPE IT)
"Given the very difficult situation in Libya and Egypt we have temporarily restricted access in both countries. Our hearts are with the families of the people murdered in Tuesday’s attack in Libya”.
This is not enough, Google should wipe out the videos of the movie all together, if it sees that the movie follows its guide lines then it is time to change those guide lines and delete the videos all together. The same way they changed the guidelines and started deleting Al Qaeda videos.
Pictures From the Burning Down of KFC in Tripoli, Lebanon
Those damn chicks! I knew they had something to do with that anti-Islam movie.
But it seems the burning down of KFC in Tripoli wasn’t only aimed at the anti-Islam movie (even writing this sentence sounds funny) but also against the Pope’s visit to Lebanon. Some protesters were apparently overheard saying: “We don’t want the Pope” after some billboards welcoming the Pope had been torn off across the city.
If you want to order an iPhone 5 the easiest and most likely the quickest way right now is to get it from the UK Apple store.
The UK Apple Store sells the iPhone 5 unlocked and you can ship it to your UK Shop & Ship or a UK Borderlinx mailbox. You don’t require a UK credit card, any local Kuwaiti card would work.