Obama: We look forward to Tahrir protesters and not oppressors Copts Film “anti-Islam”

Posted on September 25, 2012

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In a speech devoted mostly to talk about the film abuser of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the reactions in the Muslim world, U.S. President Barack Obama in his speech to the annual session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Tuesday, that Washington is looking forward to cooperate with protesters PLO and not with the oppressors Copts , in reference to what Copts say they are exposed to in Egypt by the militants.

A group of Copts living in the United States accused of being behind the production of the movie “patent Muslims” which raised angry reactions and protests in several countries, including Egypt, and led to the extremist group in Benghazi killing the U.S. ambassador and three diplomats in an attack on consulate of their country in the Benghazi on September 11 / September of this against the backdrop of protest against the film, which aired clips of it on “YouTube”.

Obama again the film, describing it as “crude and disgusting.”

Obama said he progress has been made since the outbreak of revolutions Arab Spring and check in two years what deficit him Arabs contracts, but said that unrest in the Muslim world recently showed the difficulty of achieving a true democracy, and points to the need that we all genuinely address the tensions between the West and the Arab world, which moves towards democracy.

Obama vowed to hunt down the perpetrators of the attack, which led to the killing of the American ambassador in Abba, stressing that the film “disgusting insult Muslims is no justification for violence.”

He added that “attacks on civilians in Benghazi were attacks on America, and should not be any doubt that we the killers سنتعقب unabated and سنقدمهم to eliminate.”

The U.S. ambassador praised Chris Stevens, who was killed in the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Obama said the attack was not just an attack on America, but also an assault on the principles of the United Nations.

He went on: “Today, we must stress that our future will be determined by people like Chris Stevens (American ambassador, who was killed in an attack Benghazi) and not killed him. Today must announce that this violence and intolerance has no place in our United Nations.”
Not prohibit disbelief holiest beliefs

Obama said that regardless of the degree of degeneration of any free expression of opinion protected by the U.S. Constitution, and can not justify murder and violence.

And said: “Here in the United States, there are countless exciting publications of resentment. You and me, the majority of Americans are Christians, yet we do not ban infidelity holiest our beliefs.”

“And in addition to that, I as President of my country and the Supreme Commander of the army, I accept that the bad qualities are called every day, and always will defend their rights to do so.”

Obama also warned that in 2012, “when anyone will be able to have a mobile phone, from publishing offensive opinions about the world the push of a button, the idea that we can control the flow of information a false idea.”

“The question, then, lies in how to respond. Thereon must agree that there is no words to justify violence mad.”

He added “There are no words that can justify the killing of innocent people. No video justify any attack on the Embassy.”
Assad regime must end

With regard to the Syrian crisis Obama stressed that the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “must end,” calling for sanctions if violence continued brutality.

“It should not be the future dictator slaughtering his people .. and if there is the issue of calls for protest in the world today, it is the issue of the regime tortured children and firing rockets on residential buildings.”

“We declare again and we meet here, that the regime of Bashar al-Assad must end until it stops the suffering of the Syrian people, and a new dawn.”

Obama stressed that the international community act to prevent the revolt against Assad turns to “a cycle of sectarian violence.”

He pointed out that the United States wants Syria “united and University, where children are not afraid of their governments, and each Syrians – Sunnis and Alawites – Kurds and Christians – say in how they are governed.”

“This is the result we are working to achieve it through the imposition of sanctions and accountability of being persecuted, and to provide assistance and support for those who are working for the public interest.”

He said: “We believe that the Syrians who embrace this vision would be to have the strength and legitimacy to lead the country.”

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