For weeks now i have debated commenting about this topic.. Avoiding it at all costs, but i just can not stand being silent anymore..
As we all know and have seen a few weeks ago an anti Islam trailer was released and things went from zero to 100 in a matter of hours.. Americans in Arab countries died because of this film, Muslims were insulted because of this film, friendships deteriorated because of it and violence erupted all over the world against anything American was on an all time high.
His crudely made 13-minute video was filmed in California and circulated online under several titles including “Innocence of Muslims.” It portrays the Prophet Mohammad as a fool and a sexual deviant.
The clip sparked a torrent of anti-American unrest in Egypt, Libya and dozens of other Muslim countries over the past two weeks. The violence coincided with an attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.
Personally i do not really want to comment on the film its self because it was not only respectful, but very cheap looking and obviously ridiculous!
I believe that this man is evil and deserves more punishment than he is getting because he cause a world wide controversy, caused deaths of countless people in many different countries as well as the fall out of many companies( like macdonalds and KFC being burned down in Pakistan). The man behind this evilness was arrested on Thursday in California for allegedly violating his probation, and a federal judge ordered him jailed without bond.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was taken into custody at an undisclosed location by U.S. marshals and brought to court in Los Angeles still wearing his street clothes but handcuffed and shackled at the waist.
Nakoula has been under investigation by probation officials looking into whether he violated the terms of his 2011 release from prison on a bank fraud conviction while making the film, though authorities have said they were not probing the movie itself.
“The court has a lack of trust in the defendant at this time,” U.S. Magistrate Judge Suzanne Segal said in refusing Nakoula’s request for bail at a hearing in U.S. District Court.
Please do share you views on this issue..