Caroline Glick: The 9/11 Attacks on the US Embassies Were Not About a Movie

By Gary P Jackson

Caroline Glick brings some common sense to the reporting of the attacks on our embassies. The Obama regime and the media have joined the violent Muslims in claiming all of this slaughter is over an online video that few saw before the attacks. As Glick points out, this violence had been in the planning stages for quite some time:

On June 4 the White House confirmed that the US had killed Abu Yahya Al-Libi – OBL’s Libyan lietenant who had moved into Al Qaeda’s #2 spot after Ayman Zahawiri after the Navy SEALs whacked OBL.

On Tuesday 9/11, a tape was released of Zawahiri announcing that Libi had been killed earlier this year by a US drone attack. The Zawahiri tape was made during Ramadan which ended in the middle of last month. Zawahiri called for his terrorist underlings to avenge Libi’s death and especially exhorted Libyans to take revenge.

The attack in Libya was well planned and executed. It wasn’t about a spontaneous protest against some ridiculous internet movie of Muhammad. The assailants came armed to the teeth, with among other things, RPG 7s. They knew that the US Ambassador was in Benghazi rather than Tripoli. They knew how to track his movements, and were able to strike against him after he and his colleagues left the consulate building and tried to flee in a car. As Israel Channel 2’s Arab Affairs Correspondent Ehud Yaari noted this evening, you don’t often see well trained terrorists participating in protests of movies.

Then there is the attack in Cairo. They were led by Mohammad Zawahiri – Ayman Zawahiri’s brother. According the Thomas Josclyn in the Weekly Standard, the US media has been idiotically presenting him as some sort of moderate despite the fact that in an interview with Al Jazeerah he said said, “We in al Qaeda…

Egypt’s US supported Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi recently released Zawahiri from Egyptian prison. The same Barack Obama who has no time in his schedule to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu next week in New York, is scheduled to meet Morsi.

The Egyptian government has not condemned the attack on the US Embassy in Cairo. But Morsi is demanding that the US government prosecute the film’s creator.
You may be wondering how some movie no one’s heard of has caused such a hullabaloo. Well, as it turns out, the film was screened on an Egyptian Salafist television channel. Obviously the Salafists — many of whom, like Zawahiri were released from prison by Morsi, wanted to stir up anti-US violence on the eve of 9/11. So if the film is responsible for the violence, a finger needs to be pointed to its chief distributor — Al Qaida’s Egyptian friends and members.

With these facts in hand, it is clear that the attempts to present these acts of war against the US as the consequence of some stupid nothing movie are obscene attempts to deflect the blame for these unwarranted attacks onto their victims and away from their perpetrators.

Here’s the video in question, in case you’ve missed it:

One can quibble about the production values of the video, but anyone who follows the news out of the Middle East knows exactly how violent and evil the Muslim religion [as practiced by these savages] truly is.

What’s remarkable is how the radical democrats in this country have no problem mocking God, and insulting Christians, but join violent Muslims who want to kill people who insult Mohammed.

America needs to wake up and realize exactly who our enemies are, both inside and outside of our country. People are fools if they don’t include Obama and the modern day democrat party as enemies of America and our way of life.

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One response to “Caroline Glick: The 9/11 Attacks on the US Embassies Were Not About a Movie

  1. Mike

    I agree wholeheartedly with this writing.

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