Maliki warns of “violence and chaos” among peoples because the film is offensive to Islam

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, repeated abuses of sacred religious and private the contents of the American Film “offending Muslims and their values noble,” calling the followers of divine religions to besiege “elements” and not to publish their ideas dangerous, as warned open doors “violence and chaos” among peoples because of the film.

Said Nuri al-Maliki said in a statement issued by his office, today, and received “Alsumaria News”, a copy of which, “The repeated abuse of religious sanctities by people and groups suspicious deserves the severest condemnation and denunciation, especially the final film, which devoid of any value only abuse the sanctities of Muslims and their values noble. “

Maliki said that “natural response to these suspects and their shameful be cooperation between the followers of divine religions to besiege racists and not to publish their ideas serious and refrain from resorting to violence and to show the principles of Islam and its values of civilization,” asserting that “freedom of expression should not be an excuse to practice abuses amounting to sanctities religious. “

Maliki said “leave these messing unchecked and not take the initiative to prevent them could endanger the process of communication between peoples and cultures advocated by religions and human values at risk and open the doors of violence and chaos.”

Dozens of followers of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr in the provinces of Diwaniya and Diyala protested on Thursday (13 September current) to denounce the film American offensive to Islam and the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), as demanded expulsion of the U.S. ambassador from Iraq and boycott American and Israeli.

As answered dozens of supporters cleric Moqtada al-Sadr invited to sit downtown Najaf on Thursday, condemned the deployment of American Film offensive to Islam on the Web sites, also called the government to call the U.S. ambassador in Iraq and the Parliament to enact laws that prohibit dealing with countries that are offensive to Islam and its symbols.

And kill the U.S. ambassador in Libya Chris Stevens and two of his bodyguards and a finance officer, on September 11, 2012, an armed attack targeted the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in the east of the country on Tuesday against the backdrop of protests against the U.S. film “offensive to Islam.”

The thousands of Egyptians demonstrated in the same day in front of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and lowered the flag raised above and burned replaced black banner reading condemn the film.

The title of the film, which angered many Muslims in the world is “innocent Muslims” directed by American-Israeli Sam Basil, a 54-year real estate investor, has been considered in an interview with the newspaper “Wall Street Journal” American “Islam cancer.”

That film was the support of the American pastor Terry Jones, who was the oldest to burn copies of the Quran in April 2012, and raised the ire of Muslims and Christians in that those who refused to touch any religious beliefs.