They called for peaceful protests, but you know how the boys can get out of hand when they get excited. And the Muslim Brotherhood knows that also — very well. When they issued this call for protests, they knew exactly what they would get, and they got exactly what they wanted.
“The Muslim Brotherhood will have a significant role to play in post-Mubarak Egypt. And that is good thing [sic].” — Reza Aslan, and the blood and destruction of these murderous rampages is on his hands
“Anger Over a Film Fuels Anti-American Attacks in Libya and Egypt,” from the New York Times, September 11:
A spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, the mainstream Islamist group and the sponsor of Egypt’s first elected president, Mohamed Morsi, urged the United States government on Tuesday to prosecute the “madmen” behind the video, according to the English-language Web site of the state newspaper, Al Ahram.
The spokesman asked for a formal apology from the United States government and warned that events like the video were damaging Washington’s relations with the Muslim world. He also emphasized that any protests should remain peaceful and respect property.
There should be “civilized demonstrations of the Egyptian people’s displeasure with this film,” the Brotherhood spokesman said, according to the newspaper Web site. “Any nonpeaceful activity will be exploited by those who hate Islam to defame the image of Egypt and Muslims.”
Muslims are doing a fine job of defaming the image of Egypt and Muslims all by themselves.