Nevertheless, regardless of the stated motive of the attackers, the 9/11, 2012 attacks, in which the protesters [at the U.S. embassy in Egypt] pledged their allegiance to Osama Bin Laden by chanting "We are all Osama," was nothing more than a typical celebration, on the part of the terrorists, in commemoration of the September, 2011 attacks. The aforementioned video, was merely used as a pretext to justify the violence, and it certainly did not warrant a violent or murderous response.
But the question arises: The newly minted President of Egypt, and Muslim Brotherhood member, Mohammed Morsi, once offered his views on the 9/11 terrorist attacks saying: "When you come and tell me that the plane hit the tower like a knife in butter, then you are insulting us. How did the plane cut through the steel like this? Something must have happened from the inside. It's impossible."
Morsi was also once quoted as saying that the U.S. invaded Afghanistan and Iraq “due to the U.S. administration claims that the doers of the 11 September attacks [were] Muslims, without proving such a thing until now... This requires a huge scientific conference that is devoted to analyzing what caused the attack against a massive structure like the two WTC towers."
Other Muslim Brotherhood leaders have expressed similar views [despite the fact that similar statements coming out of Iran have angered Al Qaeda officials who openly, and proudly, have taken credit for the attacks. (It should be noted however, that despite Al Qaeda's unhappiness with Iran's statements, the terrorist organization has maintained close ties with Iran - as far back as 1991. According to the 9/11 Commission, in its June 16, 2004 report, "between eight and ten of the fourteen" hijackers involved in the 9/11 attacks "passed through Iran in the period from October 2000 to February 2001". The 9/11 commission report also concluded that , "Iran had a history of allowing Al Qaeda members to enter and exit Iran across the Afghan border. This practice dated back to October 2000.") ]
Hence the question arises, if Mr. Morsi and his comrades do not believe Muslims were behind the 9/11 attacks, if he believes the World Trade Center attack was an inside job, why did he allow the protesters to ransack the embassy in celebration of an attack perpetrated by the U.S. government? The protesters were chanting, "We are all Osama", but if, indeed, Bin Laden did not orchestrate the 9/11 attacks, then the protesters were, in essence, celebrating an inside job on the part of the U.S. government, and not a jihadist attack by Osama and his minions!
But of course, Mr. Morsi knows full well that his ideological partner, Osama Bin Laden, was indeed the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, which is why Morsi allowed the protesters to celebrate the historic event, and why he gave them free reign to storm the embassy and take down the American flag.
Nevertheless, despite the fact that Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood colleagues have deliberately depicted the 9/11 attacks as an insider job, Barack Obama has embraced Mr. Morsi. In fact, as I've noted previously, Obama embraced the Muslim Brotherhood well before former Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, was deposed.
Does Obama also embrace Mr. Morsi's outrageous lie, that the attack on 9/11 was an insider job? No. But he did express his sympathies to the 9/11 attackers when he proclaimed - shortly after the 9/11 attacks - that, "Most often", tragedies like 9/11 "grow[s] out of a climate of poverty and ignorance, helplessness and despair", and that "We will have to devote far more attention to the monumental task of raising the hopes and prospects of embittered children across the globe." And thus, his embracement of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood makes perfect sense. In fact, it is a match made in heav--. No! Scratch that one... It is a match made in hell......
Fox News reports that the attack on the U.S embassy in Libya appears to have been a coordinated and planned attack, and not a sudden burst of outrage over the aforementioned video and its critique of Islam:
Current and former U.S. lawmakers, and others, claimed Wednesday that the attack looked like a coordinated strike.
"Absolutely, I have no doubt about it. It was a coordinated, military-style, commando-type raid," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers told Fox News. Based on his own briefings, Rogers said "military movements" were involved.
"This was a well- planned, well-targeted event. No doubt about it," Rogers said.
Pete Hoekstra, former chairman of the House intelligence committee, told Fox News the attack appeared to have the markings of an Al Qaeda or Al Qaeda-affiliated strike.
"We've been talking for years about the desire of Al Qaeda, radical jihadists to celebrate the anniversary of 9/11," he said. "All my background, all of the conversations that I've had over the last 18 hours lead many people to believe that this was just more than a mere coincidence."...
They were "fully armed and fully equipped," he said.
Hoekstra noted that Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahri had recently released a video calling on militants to attack Americans in revenge for the killing of an operative in Pakistan. The message said his "blood is calling on you, inciting you to fight and kill the crusaders." ...
Two intelligence officials also said the attack looked "coordinated."
London-based think tank Quilliam reached the same conclusion, saying the Benghazi strike appeared to be a "well-planned terrorist attack that would have occurred regardless of the" film.
Also, the brother of Zawahri was nearby during the separate protest at the American Embassy in Cairo on Tuesday...
"The timing of this on the eleventh anniversary of 9/11 is more than just coincidence," Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., said in a statement.