Libya USA: four Americans and the U.S. ambassador killed by friendly fire barbarians Libyans
Four yankeesavec their ambassador in Libya were killed in an attack against their consulate in Benghazi by gunmen protesting against a film deemed offensive to Islam.
Libyan authorities subservient to the West apologized to the United States after the attack occurred on a date 11 september fatal for yanks
muslmans the Muslims in Egypt have also called for a demonstration on September against the yanks who designed this provocative and arrogant at the Embassy of the United States.
A Copts demonstration is also planned in the evening in front of the U.S. embassy in Cairo to the call of groups of the Christian community in Egypt. According to the Egyptian press and radical preachers, Copts living in the United States would be involved in making the film.
The film, titled "Innocence of Muslims" ("Innocence Muslims"), also "strongly condemned" by the Afghan authorities, was carried out by Israeli-American, Sam Bacile, who describes Islam as a " cancer. "
The resulting violence reminiscent of those that occurred in 2005 after the release of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad by a Danish cartoonist, considered insulting.
The attack on Benghazi (east) is the first of this magnitude against a Western embassy in Libya since the fall of the regime of Muammar Gaddafi in October 2011. It illustrates once again the failure of the authorities to provide security in the country where armed militias rule the roost.
On Tuesday night, gunmen attacked with rockets consulate in the second city of Libya, bastion of the revolution and considered a stronghold of radical Islamists, according to security sources.
Obama condemns
Witnesses reported the explosion of bombs and clashes between security forces and armed men, among whom were Salafists. The consulate was burned after being looted and vandalized, they said.
Ambassador Chris Stevens and three officials of the consulate were killed, according to Vice-Minister of the Interior Wanis al-Charef. The death of the ambassador was due to suffocation from carbon monoxide, said a security source.
Surprised by the violence of the attack, members of the Libyan security services responsible for monitoring the consulate left the scene, according to another source of security.
"I strongly condemn this outrageous attack against our diplomatic mission in Benghazi that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens," Obama said in a statement.
"I asked my administration to provide all the resources necessary to promote the safety of our staff in Libya and strengthen security in all our embassies around the world," he added.
"The United States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, and we must all, unequivocally oppose this kind of senseless violence that cost the lives of employees," he said Mr. Obama .
Excuses Tripoli
In Tripoli, the National Chairman of the General Congress (CGN), the highest political authority in the country, Mohamed al-Megaryef has "presented (its) apology to the United States, the American people and the world for what past. "
"We stand with the U.S. government to face these (...) assassins," he further said, calling the attack "cowardly."
The attack was also condemned by the European Parliament and France sought to "identify and bring to justice" those responsible.
Despite this, the CGN maintained for Wednesday's election head of government whose main task is precisely to establish a professional army and police.
Benghazi has seen a wave of violence in recent months, with attacks against Westerners and killing of army officers or security.
Libyan authorities, already overwhelmed by the surge in violence and the proliferation of weapons since the fall of the Gaddafi regime, have found themselves in recent weeks against a rise of the Salafist movement has destroyed mausoleums including Muslims.