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Erdogan called the film "Innocence of Muslims" a provocation2012-09-14 13:43
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called the U.S. film "Innocence of Muslims" which has caused outrage in the Muslim world, "open provocation", the Novosti Mira reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Insulting of the supreme values of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad cannot be evaluated as an expression of freedom of thought and religion. This film - this is an open provocation and manifestation of hostile actions", Erdogan said.
Recall, the film "The innocence of Muslims" in which the Muslim prophet Muhammad presented in a very unfavorable light caused a strong reaction in Egypt and Libya. On Tuesday, after the fragments of the film appeared on the Internet, a demonstration was held outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.
Participants of the rally surrounded the American consulate, chanting anti-American slogans, and burned down the U.S. flag. Later, the U.S. diplomatic missions were also attacked in Libya and Tunisia. In Benghazi, the consulate was fired; as a result of firing the U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other diplomats were killed.