September 13th, 2012
05:41 AM ET

Protests turn violent outside U.S. Embassies in Egypt, Yemen

By the CNN Wire Staff

Riot police fired warning shots and tear gas early Thursday outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo to keep hundreds of protestors, while demonstrators in the Yemeni capital city of Sana'a attempted to storm the American mission, witnesses said.

The protests are the latest to roil the Middle East over the online release of a film produced in the United States that denigrates Prophet Mohammed.

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Filed under: Egypt • Yemen
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  1. Mobile Patrols Porchester

    Very good read its very intresting thank you 🙂

    December 12, 2012 at 7:36 am | Reply
  2. fgjkutrefh

    VERY BAD MUSLIMS DONT EVEN PRAY THATS A DEATH SENTANCE IN MOST MUSLIM CIRCLES

    September 13, 2012 at 6:26 pm | Reply
  3. M. Silley

    INDIA: Between two Deities: KALI & PANCHALI

    The problem with India is that is built on a system of cultural and societal values based on Hinduism which is a cult. Nations built on a cult seldom survive in the long run. Now just take a look at these two Hindu goddesses and the destruction and lack of morality they represent.

    Goddess Kali's statue stands naked astride the inanimate body of the Hindu deity Shiva, tongue stuck out with blood dripping from fang-like teeth. She holds a noose, a skull-topped staff, a blood-encrusted sword and a severed head. Disgusting, to say the least. Would you want your kids growing up with such inspiration?

    Meanwhile, goddess Panchali was married to five brothers. Which one would become the legitimate father of his child should she have one? Dr Charles (renowned author and an authority on India) says that instances of incest are common in Hindu scriptures. Decadent ! Immoral !

    Talk about being between a rock and a hard place!!

    September 13, 2012 at 9:55 am | Reply
  4. Say it As You See It

    If the Hindu man's wife dies, he is free to go and find another beautiful woman when he wants. But if the Hindu woman's husband dies, not only is she prohibited to remarry but she should be cremated along with her dead husband ("Sati").
    When His "Holiness" Puri Shankaracharya was asked about the fate of the widow's children, he replied – "it is fate! Let the children suffer or die without a mother. But SATI has to be performed according to Hinduism".

    September 13, 2012 at 9:55 am | Reply

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