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Google rejects White House request to pull Mohammad film clip

 
Philligan
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Google rejects White House request to pull Mohammad film clip
Google Inc rejected a request by the White House on Friday to reconsider its decision to keep online a controversial YouTube movie clip that has ignited anti-American protests in the Middle East.



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The Internet company said it was censoring the video in India and Indonesia after blocking it on Wednesday in Egypt and Libya, where U.S. embassies have been stormed by protestors enraged over depiction of the Prophet Mohammad as a fraud and philanderer.
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how dare they!!!!
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09/15/2012 11:23 AM

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Now if it had been copyrighted... Gone in 60 seconds...



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US GOVERNMENT NOW ACTING AS CENSORSHIP ARM OF ISLAMISTS??

They've asked YouTube to "review" if the trailer for Innocence of the Muslims violates YouTube's terms of service.

Obama administration officials also flagged the trailer to YouTube and asked the company to review whether it violated the website's terms of service.
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The movie is still there...I think it should probably be removed just because it's in bad taste.

It serves no purpose except as a reminder that people got killed over it.

I understand freedom of speech and freedom of expression but then YOU have to understand blasphemy laws as well.

We all have rights but our rights end where anothers begins.

They feel they have a right to declare that there shall be no images of Muhammed.

The way I see it this movie was produced for the simple reason of inciting the Islamic community as it serves no other purpose.

The only lesson learned is that now we know for sure how to make Muslims become violent.

Was it worth it? Ask the victims family members if it was worth it...

I think if someone wants to produce a movie like this in the future, they should go to a Muslim nation and rent a theater and show it for free while taking credit for the venture...

This way he/she will have a front row seat to their target audiences' response.
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By the way, the LAT (LA Times) does, yes, tell jihadists exactly where the filmmaker lives, so they can kill him:


An actor who appeared in the movie, Tim Dax, said he was paid $75 a day in checks drawn on the bank account of Abanob Basseley Nakoula — a name linked to the Cerritos property where Nakoula Basseley Nakoula resides. The home's distinctive front door with triangle windows in a half-circle pattern is visible in the 14-minute trailer for the movie posted on YouTube.

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Philligan (OP)
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Gentlemen I give you the defacto official religion of The United States: Islam!

for we dare not offend it.

Even after they killed our ambassador on Sept 11th OF ALL DAYS!!!
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09/15/2012 12:54 PM

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By the way, the LAT (LA Times) does, yes, tell jihadists exactly where the filmmaker lives, so they can kill him:


An actor who appeared in the movie, Tim Dax, said he was paid $75 a day in checks drawn on the bank account of Abanob Basseley Nakoula — a name linked to the Cerritos property where Nakoula Basseley Nakoula resides. The home's distinctive front door with triangle windows in a half-circle pattern is visible in the 14-minute trailer for the movie posted on YouTube.
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Why tell anyone where the film maker lives, I hope he gets protection.
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By the way, the LAT (LA Times) does, yes, tell jihadists exactly where the filmmaker lives, so they can kill him:


An actor who appeared in the movie, Tim Dax, said he was paid $75 a day in checks drawn on the bank account of Abanob Basseley Nakoula — a name linked to the Cerritos property where Nakoula Basseley Nakoula resides. The home's distinctive front door with triangle windows in a half-circle pattern is visible in the 14-minute trailer for the movie posted on YouTube.
 Quoting: Philligan


Why tell anyone where the film maker lives, I hope he gets protection.
 Quoting: alexisj9


yea the LA times, sickening
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