Pastor Tim Thompson, who leads a 1000-member evangelical church in southern California, is already planning a trip to Israel with members of his church in November 2021.
A new high-speed train nearing completion in Jerusalem is being celebrated as a sign that the Messiah is on the way.
Some Syrian anti-government activists have expressed frustration that the Muhammad video furore is taking attention away from their own escalating crisis, with attacks continuing and the death toll rising. Comments on some social media sites by opposition activists have said the protests over the video, and the ensuing international incidents, epitomize a focus on symbolic and religious issues versus a relative indifference over the real plights of many Syrians. Since anti-government protests broke out in March 2011, at least 27000 have been killed, according to estimates. With many Syrians taking to Twitter voicing their frustrations, others were going for the satirical route, with one even saying that “Syrian filmmakers should also make [a] film ‘insulting’ Prophet Mohammed if that would mobilize people in Egypt against the embassy of Syria in Cairo.” Domary, a popular Syrian satirical Facebook page, even carried an ironic, comic poem about what many Syrians regard as a serious situation, which is seeing their plight go ignored.
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A Coptic Christian man has reportedly been confirmed as the film director behind the controversial amateur video depicting Prophet Mohammad in a negative light. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, from southern California, is said to be the director of the film following a leak by a US official. Nakoula had previously been accused of producing the film, but claimed that a man named Sam Bacile was in charge. It now appears that there was no Sam Bacile. Mr. Nakoula has a checkered past, with a 2010 federal conviction for fraud and 21 month jail term. Copts are a minority Christian grouping from Egypt and some of their followers have urged for a considered and rational response to the film. Christian citizen George Sobhi “We are not happy, or anyone is not happy with the movie, but we should not react by killing others or attacking because this is a foreign property, it’s like attacking somebody in his own home, which is not good. This is make things more on fire on the ground so we should be more civilised in our reaction.” The movie, allegedly created by Nakoula, called ‘Innocence of Muslims’, depicts their Prophet as a womanizer and a religious fake and has since led to violent riots and protests across the Middle East.
The US ambassador to Libya has died after being attacked by terrorists who stormed the US consulate in the eastern city of Benghazi. The ambassador was said to be among four US officials killed in a protest over an American film which ridicules the prophet Muhammad. Thousands also gathered outside the US embassy in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. Protestors breached the US embassy walls and tore down the United States flag, which was flying at half-mast to mark the 9/11 attacks, and replaced it with an Islamist banner. The film that sparked the demonstration is said to have been produced by a Jewish Israeli citizen named Sam Bacile. Bacile has reportedly gone into hiding. A trailer of the low-budget movie has appeared on YouTube translated into Arabic. There are fears that the film could trigger further violence much like the deadly riots that left 30 people dead which followed from the publication in a Danish newspaper of cartoons which depicted Mohammed in an unflattering light.
Some 2000 protestors have gathered outside the American embassy in Cairo to demonstrate against a film produced in the United States that insulted the Prophet Mohammad. Around 20 people scaled the walls around the embassy, hauled down the American flag, tore it apart, and burned the pieces. Protesters then raised a flag with the words “There is no God but Allah and Mohammad is his messenger”. Anti-American and anti-Israeli sentiment is nothing new in Egypt, where Egypt’s General Intelligence Service has warned that the group Global Jihad, suspected of killing 16 Egyptian border guards in August, is planning similar attacks against the US and Israel embassies in Cairo.
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