Video: YouTube Bans Anti-Islam Movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’ In Libya, Egypt Following Attacks Against U.S. Diplomats
YouTube has blocked the anti-Islam video that sparked riots in Egypt and Libya on Wednesday. The movie "Innocence of Muslims" was plastered around the Internet following the riots because of its laughably bad acting and editing.
"Innocence of Muslims" can be seen on YouTube around the world in a 14-minute movie trailer that shows Muhammad as both a womanizer and a murderer. The movie goes on to ridicule the prophet Muhammad and describes the entire religion of Islam as a "cancer." The film appears to be an embarrassing attempt at propaganda made to incite violence and stir emotions.
If stirring emotion was the goal of the creators of "Innocence of Muslims," they succeeded. The films has been used an excuse for attacks made against U.S. diplomats. One of the attacks happened at the United States Embassy in Cairo, Egypt. Other attacks occurred in Benghazi, Libya. The attacks in Libya, whch occurred at the United States consulate, resulted in four deaths including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. (...)