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Sep-12-2012 11:42printcommentsVideo

A New Hasbara Production

The film depicting Muhammad as a fraud, womanizer and madman was funded by 100 Jewish donors.

Sam Bacile film

(LONDON) - An anti-Islam movie sparked riots in Egypt, and an angry mob killed four American diplomats in a fiery and brutal attack in Libya.

Sam Bacile

It all ties back to the film made by Sam Bacile, who self-identifies as a Jewish-Israeli American real estate investor.

The film depicts Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman was funded by 100 Jewish donors, producer claims.

Gee, I wonder why that would make people angry and bitter?

Watch the disrespectful Hebraic amateur production:

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Toni September 19, 2012 12:24 am (Pacific time)

FYI, The film has been removed.


Ralph E. Stone September 13, 2012 7:22 am (Pacific time)

The filmmaker or filmmakers probably have a First Amendment right to make the film. Although as Oliver Wendell Holmes opined, "The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic." Regardless, we certainly have a First Amendment right to condemn the film and the filmmaker.


ananymous September 12, 2012 7:58 pm (Pacific time)

As soon as I heard the news, not knowing what started the trouble, I told myself, that a "zionist" was behind it, to rile up the region for whatever purpose.


Jimmy September 12, 2012 7:31 pm (Pacific time)

I have always kept a very open mind with respect to the religious beliefs and practices of others, to the point of harassment from friends Today, my opinion and the opinion of the rest of the world has changed for Islam. That movie was produced to do exactly what unfolded and we are being led down a path towards an election year war by the powers that be.


Anonymous September 12, 2012 6:09 pm (Pacific time)

First Amendment.


Ralph E. Stone September 12, 2012 4:53 pm (Pacific time)

Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous, if not NPR, who is your source for the definitive evidence that an Israeli or Jew made the film. As to Obama's apology: Fox News used the death of the U.S. ambassador and other Americans in Libya and the violence at the American embassy in Egypt to revive the long-debunked claim that President Obama apologizes for America. The U.S. embassy in Cairo issued a statement condemning "the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims," which was released before the protests started. The embassy later denounced the "unjustified breach of our embassy." Hours later, this statement was disavowed by the Obama administration, quoting an official who said that "the statement by Embassy Cairo was not cleared by Washington and does not reflect the views of the United States government." President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton both strongly condemned the violence that resulted from these protests.


Anonymous September 12, 2012 2:38 pm (Pacific time)

Well Ralph, first at all I would not believe anyathing what NPR tells you. If I were you start checking some real news sources. But it is a fact that the maker of the movie is a jewish-american. Did NPR also tell you that Obama already apologized to the Muslim world for the movie? Guess not. Yup, Obama apologized and vowed to punish the bad guys. Hmm, doesn's make much sense. First he apologize it, then he supports the terrorists and now he wants to punish them? This Muslim in Chief better get his crap together.


Ralph E. Stone September 12, 2012 12:40 pm (Pacific time)

We should be extremely skeptical of the source of the movie. It may be just a disinformation campaign. According to NPR, Bacile is a pseudonym and it is clear that he is even Jewish or an Israeli. It is interesting to note that Terry Jones, the Florida pastor who burned Korans, is promoting the film. Also, the Church of Kaweah, a militant, anti-Muslim, fundamentalist group, may have some connection to the film. Bottom line, let's wait until all the evidence is in, before we start pointing fingers.

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