Please make time to watch the 14-minute film Innocence of Muslims (Sorry about the brief commercial at the beginning):
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Excerpt from the article, published this week:
...[Nakoula] was the only person to end up in jail after the attack by Islamists that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens.Read the rest HERE.
“I like to warn this country about terror. My movie is a political movie, not a religion movie,” [Nakoula] said. “The U.S. gives me a lot. I live in this country. We’re living in this country.”
He said he didn’t intend for his work to hurt anyone.
“I want to apologize for any inconvenience or misunderstanding about my movie,” he told WND.
And he said he appreciates Muslims and has Muslim friends, and not all Muslims are for terror.
“It made be very upset when I heard about Nidal Hasan [an Army officer radicalized into Islam who shot and killed 13 at Fort Hood]. He came from his country, and the U.S. gave him education, gave him life, a position in the Army, everything.
“It hurts my feelings that he says ‘allahu akbar’ and kills these people.”
But Nakoula said that’s the “culture” of terror, where jihadists want to “go to heaven right away.”...
“‘Innocence of Muslims’ is about how much the world will suffer if we don’t stop the culture of death and terrorism as soon as we can,” he said.
What is your take on the film itself?
What is your take on an administration that blamed the film for the atrocity of Benghazi?