Alert: FBI Warns of Violence in America Over Prophet Mohammed Slander Movie
The U.S. has released an intelligence bulletin warning Americans of violence in America because of an anti-Muslim movie.
An intelligence bulletin issued by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security said “the risk of violence could increase both at home and abroad as the film continues to gain attention.”
“First responders should remain aware of the potential for spontaneous large crowds and protests that could overwhelm resources and should be vigilant for possible efforts to encourage peaceful protesters to commit acts of violence,” the warning read.
The memo also encourages “faith-based organizations to promptly report suspicious activities that could indicate pre-operational plotting against Jewish, Coptic, Islamic, or any other faith-based communities.”
Although there is no specific threat, the bulletin warns that ”violent extremist groups in the United States could exploit anger over the film to advance their recruitment efforts.”
There are worldwide protests ongoing in at least 10 countries; Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Gaza, Lebanon, Sudan, Indonesia, and Malaysia, just to name a few.
The fury was supposedly ignited over a movie which mocked Muslims and the Prophet Muhammad. The movie was supposedly the project of an Israeli Jew named Sam Bacile, but now there are questions as to whether any such person actually exists. It is suspected that the man who was truly behind the movie was 55 year old Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who is not a Jew, but a Christian. Nakoula has also served jail time for financial crimes.
Nakoula has denied that he had posed as Bacile, but the Associated Press was able to trace the address of “Sam Bacile” back to Nakoula.
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