2012年9月19日水曜日

リビア 反イスラム教動画で米大使死亡

ヘイトクライム動画が加州で転送された。
 リビア東部ベンガジで起きた米領事館襲撃事件を受け、リビア沖に
ミサイル駆逐艦2隻を急派することを決めた。米軍は同時に、在留米国人
の安全確保のため、約50人で構成する海兵隊の対テロ警備部隊をリビアの
首都トリポリに派遣した。1隻は数時間でリビア沖に到達可能。
もう1隻は到着まで数日かかる見通し。

タリバン
・すべての宗教指導者は、米国による冷酷な仕打ちを市民に伝えるべき。
・イスラム聖戦士は戦場で、侵略者たる米兵に報復せよ。

アフガン
・駐留外国部隊によるコーラン焼却による抗議デモ。
・"Innocence of Muslims"が転送されたユー・チューブへの接続を停止
 する緊急措置。

アフガン大統領府
・預言者に対する侮辱は、世界中のイスラム教徒に対する侮辱。

Hamid Karzai
・嫌悪を催し、冒涜の行為のある映画として非難。

Innocence of Bin Laden
・Innocence of Muslimsの源映画名
・製作者 偽名Sam Basile
・80名が出演、撮影に参加。
・製作費 推定500万ドル ユダヤ人からの寄付(?)

Innocence of Muslims
・Innocence of Bin Ladenを変更
・撮影後、吹替え録音にて、変更。
・関係者は、製作者に利用されたと感じている。

Sam Basile
・本名 Nakoula Basseley Nakoula 55才 キリスト教コプト派。
・数十年、反イスラム過激派グループとして活動。
・アラブ系帰化米国人(?) 50代。ベトナム戦争従軍した元海兵隊員。
 加州不動産会社経営。イスラエル(ユダヤ)系米国人説があるが、実体無し。
・キリスト教コプト派の映画制作会社経営Nicola Bacilyの可能性
・イスラム教はガン。

米イスラム教支持派
・くだらない映画

ヘイトクライム動画を投稿して、4人の大使らが死亡。
バカブッシュでさえ扇動しなかった反イスラム教対立。
今は反米だけだが、キリスト教対イスラム教の宗教対立になる可能性もある。

信仰の自由を否定する表現の自由は、認められないだろう。
結果、イスラム過激派にただ利用されただけ。
米国外だから、殺人教唆で告発することもないだろうが、死亡者の親族は、
映画制作者、投稿者、Youtube等に対して、賠償請求するのだろうか。

子犬虐待、頭蓋骨収集、コーラン焼却や死体に小便等米兵の品行の悪さは
目立つ。トモダチ作戦完了した翌日に犯罪。UAVによる民間人殺害は頻繁に
報道される。多くの派遣先国民が、反発している。
米軍は、在留米国人の安全確保のため、対テロ警備部隊と軍艦2隻を緊急
派遣したようだ。幹部と兵隊は人間的に異なるのか。

オバマの逆襲 米海兵隊の異常さ
米陸軍 戦利品は頭蓋骨
US Marine Corps Peeing and breathing
Taliban Spring Offensive


Breaking News: U.S. Ambassador C.Stevens killed - Benghazi,Libya 12.09.2012


Cairo Clashes: Islam-insulting film sparks waves of violence, protests


Muhammad Movie Trailer


---コプト教徒の映画制作者、任意聴取応じる---
2012.9.15 23:24
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/world/news/120915/amr12091523250010-n1.htm

 【ニューヨーク=黒沢潤】リビアなどの米公館襲撃事件のきっかけとなった反イスラム映画の制作者で、過去に金融詐欺事件で逮捕されたこともあるキリスト教の一派、コプト教徒のナクラ・バスリ・ナクラ氏(55)が15日未明、連邦保護観察当局の聴取に任意で応じた。米メディアが報じた。
 ナクラ氏は2010年、偽の身分証明書を使って銀行口座やクレジットカードを作ったなどとして、禁錮21月、終了後の保護観察5年の有罪判決を受けた。昨年夏に出所し、現在は保護観察状態にあるが、無許可でインターネットを使用することを禁じられており、米司法当局がインターネットに映画の一部を投稿したことが保護観察違反にあたるか調査している。違反と判断されれば、収監される可能性もある。
 ただ、現在の米国の法律では、襲撃事件を引き起こした件で同氏や協力者の責任を問えないのが実情だ。


---ムハンマド冒涜映画の制作者はキリスト教一派の男性 米当局---
2012.9.14 18:58
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/world/news/120914/amr12091418590007-n1.htm

 【ニューヨーク=黒沢潤】米司法当局は13日、リビアなどの米公館襲撃事件のきっかけとなった反イスラム映画の制作者について、エジプトの少数派で、キリスト教の一派であるコプト教の男性とほぼ断定した。AP通信が伝えた。
 男性は、米カリフォルニア州に住むナクラ・バスリ・ナクラ氏(55)。同氏は当初、複数の米メディアの電話取材に対し、「56歳の米国籍とイスラエル国籍を持つ男性」「52歳の不動産業者」などと名乗っていた。人物特定を恐れ、身元を偽ったとみられる。米CNNテレビによれば、過去には、偽の身分証明書を使って銀行口座を開設し、逮捕されたこともある。
 ナクラ氏は今回、「イエス・キリストの時代のような約2千年前の話を土台にしたものを作りたい」などと語って、女優に近づき映画を制作。その後、画面上で勝手にセリフを差し替え、イスラム教の預言者ムハンマドをおとしめるような内容に変更した。出演者から強い批判を浴びている。
 一方、ロイター通信は13日、動画サイト「ユーチューブ」に投稿された同映画の短縮版をエジプトのテレビ局が8日、トーク番組で取り上げたことが暴動の発火点になった-との米政府高官の話を伝えた。ただ、番組自体は暴動発生を予感させる内容ではなかったとし、「潜在的に(イスラム教徒を)あおり立てるようなテレビ番組など、すべてに関して警戒するのは意味がない」との危機管理専門家の話も伝えた。


---逐艦2隻をリビア派遣=海兵隊の対テロ警備部隊も-米軍---
2012/09/13-11:25
http://www.jiji.com/jc/c?g=int_30&k=2012091300321

 【ワシントン時事】米軍は12日、リビア東部ベンガジで起きた米領事館襲撃事件を受け、リビア沖にミサイル駆逐艦2隻を急派することを決めた。米軍は同時に、在留米国人の安全確保のため、約50人で構成する海兵隊の対テロ警備部隊をリビアの首都トリポリに派遣した。ロイター通信などが伝えた。
 それによれば、2隻のうち1隻は地中海のクレタ島に寄港しており、数時間でリビア沖に到達可能。もう1隻は到着まで数日かかる見通しだ。いずれも昨年の多国籍軍による対リビア軍事作戦で、カダフィ政権(当時)の防空網を攻撃したトマホーク巡航ミサイルを搭載している。
 ただ米高官は、現時点で特定の攻撃目標があるわけではないとしている。


---米高官「計画的犯行」 米海軍、駆逐艦展開か---
2012.9.13 11:18
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/world/news/120913/amr12091311200004-n1.htm

 【ワシントン=犬塚陽介】米政府高官は12日、リビア東部ベンガジの総領事館襲撃事件が「リビアの過激派」による計画的犯行との見方を示した。実行犯の特定は「時期尚早」としたが、ロジャーズ下院情報特別委員長(共和)はCNNテレビに対し、「襲撃には(国際テロ組織)アルカーイダのスタイルと似た特色がある」と指摘するなど、テロ組織が関与した可能性も取り沙汰されている。
 一方、複数のメディアは政府高官の話してとして、海軍が巡航ミサイルを搭載した駆逐艦2隻をリビア沖に展開したと報じた。実行犯の特定に向けた無人機による情報収集も始まっているという。
 国防総省は海兵隊を首都トリポリに派遣し、関連施設の安全確保に当たっている。同省高官は艦船派遣の確認は避けたが「大統領の指示があれば、追加の軍事措置を講じる準備はできている」と記者団に語った。
 政府高官によると、重武装した襲撃グループが現地時間の11日午後10時ごろに敷地内に侵入し、建物に放火。銃撃戦が繰り返されるなど「明白な複合的攻撃だった」と述べ、襲撃が組織的に計画された可能性を示唆した。犯行組織の特定には連邦捜査局(FBI)が投入されている。
 スティーブンズ大使と警備担当者は混乱する敷地内で離ればなれになり、病院に搬送されるまで所在が分からなかった。詳しい死因や攻撃が大使を標的にしていたかは不明という。
 一方、国務省高官はリビア政府が速やかに襲撃を非難し、領事館施設の治安確保に尽力した治安部隊の行動を評価し、「リビアの自由と安定に向けた米国の取り組みに変化はない」と強調した。


---タリバン、預言者侮辱に声明「米兵に報復せよ」---
2012年9月13日10時54分  読売新聞
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/world/news/20120913-OYT1T00482.htm?from=main2

 【カブール=横堀裕也】アフガニスタンの旧支配勢力タリバンは12日、イスラム教の預言者ムハンマドを侮辱したとする米映画に関し声明を発表し、「すべての宗教指導者は、米国による冷酷な仕打ちを市民に伝えるべきだ」とした上で、「イスラム聖戦士は戦場で、侵略者たる米兵に報復せよ」と呼びかけた。
 アフガンでは今年2月、駐留外国部隊がイスラム教聖典コーランを焼却したとして大規模な抗議デモが発生しており、今回の騒ぎの原因である米映画を市民が見られないよう、動画サイト「ユー・チューブ」への接続を停止する緊急措置がとられた。
 一方、アフガン大統領府は同日、「預言者に対する侮辱は、世界中のイスラム教徒に対する侮辱だ」などとする非難声明を発表した。映画に対する民衆の怒りを沈静化させる狙いもあるとみられる。


---Staff and crew of film that ridiculed Muslims say they were 'grossly misled'---
By Moni Basu and Tom Watkins, CNN
September 13, 2012 -- Updated 0249 GMT (1049 HKT)
http://edition.cnn.com/2012/09/12/world/anti-islam-film/index.html

(CNN) -- The 80 cast and crew members involved in the making of the movie that has roiled much of the Islamic world said Wednesday they were "grossly misled" about its intent and expressed sorrow over the resulting violence.

"The entire cast and crew are extremely upset and feel taken advantage of by the producer," they said in a statement to CNN about the movie, "Innocence of Muslims."

"We are 100% not behind this film and were grossly misled about its intent and purpose," continued the statement, which was sent to CNN by a member of the production staff who asked not to be identified for security reasons. "We are shocked by the drastic rewrites of the script and lies that were told to all involved. We are deeply saddened by the tragedies that have occurred."

Four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, were killed Tuesday in Libya amid a regional furor over the film, which mocks Islam's prophet.

A casting call published in July 2011 in Backstage magazine and in other publications for actors identifies the working title of the movie as "Desert Warrior" and describes it as a "historical Arabian Desert adventure film."

An actress in the film who asked not to be identified said the original script did not include a Prophet Muhammed character. She added that she and other actors complained that their lines had been changed.

The actress said she spoke Wednesday with the producer, who is identified in the advertisement as Sam Bassiel. "He said he wrote the script because he wants the Muslims to quit killing," she said. "I had no idea he was doing all this."

"I would never be involved in a film to ever hurt or bring harm to anybody," she told CNN. "This makes me sick to my stomach to think that I was involved in that movie that brought death to somebody else."

The actress said the character of Muhammed in the movie was identified as George when it was shot, and that she returned afterward and read other lines that may have been dubbed into the piece.

A member of the production staff who worked directly on the film and has a copy of the original script corroborated the actor's account, adding that it mentions neither Muhammed nor Islam.

The Wall Street Journal identified the filmmaker as Sam Bacile, an Israeli-American real estate developer. The Journal reported that, in its telephone interview with Bacile, he characterized his film as "a political effort to call attention to the hypocrisies of Islam."

"Islam is a cancer," he told the newspaper. "The movie is a political movie. It's not a religious movie."

CNN has not been able to contact Bacile and cannot verify that he made the movie. A CNN search of public records on Sam Bacile came up empty.

Israel's Foreign Ministry said it doesn't know who Bacile is.

Reaction: Libya, West condemn killing

"This guy is totally anonymous. At this point no one can confirm he holds Israeli citizenship and even if he did we are not involved," ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said. "No Israeli institution, government department or office has any involvement in this. This guy acted on his own behalf."

In Egypt and Libya, mobs targeted U.S. missions and blamed America for the film. In the end, Stevens and three other Americans in the Libyan city of Benghazi were dead, although it was not clear whether that attack was solely incited by the film.

Consultant Steve Klein told CNN he worked with Bacile on the movie and said the filmmaker had gone into hiding.

"He's very depressed, and he's upset," Klein said Wednesday. "I talked to him this morning, and he said that he was very concerned for what happened to the ambassador."

Klein, however, said it was not the film's fault that protests had turned bloody.

Casting further doubt on the filmmaker's identity, The Atlantic quoted Klein as saying Sam Bacile is a pseudonym and "he did not know Bacile's real name." CNN could not immediately reach Klein for his response to that report.

An online trailer for the film depicts Islam as a fraudulent religion bent on getting rid of nonbelievers.

Cartoonish scenes show Muhammed as a womanizer, child molester and ruthless killer. Other scenes show security forces ordered to do nothing as rampaging Muslims destroy Christian homes, and a donkey anointed the first Muslim animal.

Many Muslims find any depiction of Muhammed to be offensive -- a Danish newspaper's publication in 2005 of Mohammed caricatures triggered riots -- and derogatory depictions of the prophet are considered by some to be worse.

"The film is offensive to the prophet and immoral," said Egyptian Prime Minister Hashem Kandil. "We call on the great people of Egypt to exercise restraint when expressing their anger."

Muslim sensitivities around Prophet Mohammed

The prime minister called on the United States to take legal action against the makers of the film, though it was not clear that it violates any U.S. law.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Bacile said he raised $5 million from about 100 Jewish donors to make the two-hour movie in California last year. Based on the trailer, the movie appears to have been produced on a low budget.

The movie, which was posted in July on YouTube, got more notice after Egyptian television recently aired segments and anti-Islam activists, including Egyptian-born Coptic Christian Morris Sadek, promoted it online.

Terry Jones, the Florida pastor whose Quran-burning last year sparked deadly riots in Afghanistan, said he had been contacted to help distribute the film.

"The film is not intended to insult the Muslim community, but it is intended to reveal truths about Muhammed that are possibly not widely known," Jones said.

"It is very clear that God did not influence him (Muhammed) in the writings of the Quran," said Jones, who went on to blame Muslims' fear of criticism for the protests, rather than the film.

Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called Jones on Wednesday to ask him to withdraw his support for the film, according to Col. David Lapan, Dempsey's spokesman.

"Jones' support of the film risks causing more violence and death," Lapan said.

Tensions mounted Wednesday as the United States deployed Marines to Libya.

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood -- the former party of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy -- has called for peaceful protests against the film on Friday, Islam's day of religious observance.

In Afghanistan, the Taliban charged that the movie was made with the permission of the U.S. government. The First Amendment prohibits the government from interfering with free expression.

President Hamid Karzai condemned the film as abhorrent and an act of desecration. "There could be many deaths once news of this video and Pastor Terry Jones' comments get out," said Karzai's deputy spokesman.

The issue is sensitive in Afghanistan, where throngs of people this year protested NATO's burning of Qurans at Bagram Airfield. U.S. President Barack Obama said the act was unintentional, but the uproar nonetheless was huge.

In America, a Muslim advocacy group called the movie "trashy" and said its producers represented neither the United States nor the Christian faith.

"We urge that this ignorant attempt to provoke the religious feelings of Muslims in the Arabic-speaking world be ignored and that its extremist producers not be given the cheap publicity they so desperately seek," said the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Facebook sprouted several pages dedicated to condemning the film, including one called "Israelis, Jews & Americans Against Sam Bacile's 'Innocence of Muslims' Film."

A post on that page simply said: "IM-Bacile."


--- 'Innocence of Muslims': Mystery shrouds film's California origins---
By Phil Willon and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times
September 12, 2012, 6:20 p.m.
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-libya-filmmaker-20120913,0,1418897,full.story

'Innocence of Muslims,' blamed for inciting mobs in Egypt and Libya, was filmed and released in Southern California. The producers' identities are in dispute.

In a run-down theater on a seedy stretch of Hollywood Boulevard this summer, an independent movie made its debut. The acting was amateurish, the dialogue clunky and the costumes no better than those sold for Halloween. Even with a pretty young woman beckoning pedestrians inside, fewer than 10 people attended.

But three months later, the movie - "Innocence of Muslims" - would be blamed the world over for inciting mobs in Egypt and Libya. The movie was filmed and first released in Southern California, but much else about its origins remains a mystery.

A man who identified himself as an Israeli American filmmaker claimed in telephone calls to news outlets Tuesday that he made the movie with backing from wealthy Jewish donors, but there were indications Wednesday that the name and story he gave were false and that the movie was tied to a group of Middle Eastern Christians who live in the U.S. and hold extreme anti-Islamic views.

One activist from Riverside County said the film was produced by naturalized Americans who came from Arab countries. Steve Klein, who said he served as a script consultant, said that he and the producers originally called the movie "Innocence of Bin Laden" in hopes of drawing underground Islamic extremists in the Los Angeles area.

"The movie was only supposed to show in Hollywood," said Klein, who described himself as "an unsophisticated James Bond."

He added, "We passed out fliers at mosques around California where we knew there was a small percentage of terrorists. And the idea was to locate … those folks who believed Osama bin Laden was a great guy and to try to get them to come to the movie."

Klein said the movie was filmed this year, but he would not reveal the shooting location or the names of the producers. "Innocence of Bin Laden" premiered at the Vine Theater in late June, according to three people with knowledge of the event. One said that the movie was notable for its terrible acting but did not seem anti-Muslim.

Less than two weeks later, a 14-minute trailer for the movie - now called "Innocence of Muslims" - was posted on YouTube by a user identifying himself as Sam Bacile. The scenes in the trailer portrayed the prophet Muhammad as a buffoon, suicidal, gay, lascivious and condoning of pedophilia.

"Every non-Muslim is an infidel. Their lands, their women, their children, are our spoils," Muhammad says in one scene. Characters refer to him as a "bastard" and in one scene, a veiled woman asks Muhammad to "put your head between my thighs."

A crew member told The Times the cast and crew were told the film was to be a war drama called "Desert Warrior." In his email interview with The Times, the crew member, who asked not to be identified, said the dialogue in the trailer that makes specific attacks against Islam was re-recorded after the actors left the set.

"The original actors said one word, and then the producer and editing team (whom I don't know) dubbed," he wrote. "It's unmistakable that most dubbed portions are a different voice than the original actor."

A statement released on behalf of the cast and crew deplored the movie and the deaths of the four Americans in Libya. It said those involved were duped.

"We are 100% not behind this film and were grossly misled about its intent and purpose.... We are deeply saddened by the tragedies that have occurred," the statement read.

The trailer posted in July appears to have attracted little notice. But last week, a second version of the trailer was posted - this time in Arabic. Morris Sadek, an Egyptian-American Christian activist who has been a virulent critic of Islam, began promoting the trailer on his Facebook page, saying that it revealed the "truth" about Muhammad's life.

Subsequently Al-Nas, an Egyptian television channel, began broadcasting clips. Protests in Egypt and Libya quickly followed and became violent.

After the killings at the consulate in Libya, a person identifying himself as Bacile told the Associated Press that he made the movie for $5 million with donations from 100 Jews. He described himself as an Israeli Jew and a California real estate developer.

Those claims struck some as unlikely.

"No one uses that kind of rhetoric unless they are extremely unfamiliar with the culture of the Jewish community and how protective they are against anti-Semitic attacks.... What he has done is play into an anti-Semitic fantasy," said author Max Blumenthal, who has written extensively about anti-Islamic groups.

The movie, with its unknown actors and poor production quality, does not appear to have cost anything approaching $5 million. Searches of public records - including court, voting, telephone or property databases - showed no one named Sam Bacile in California.

The Associated Press reported Wednesday afternoon that a Coptic Christian man who uses the alias Nicola Bacily had acknowledged managing a company that produced the movie. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, insisted that Sam Bacile was a real person and had directed the film.

Klein, the script consultant, said he believed Bacile was a pseudonym. In an interview at his Hemet insurance office, Klein said he had met Bacile twice and talked to him on the phone numerous times, including Wednesday morning. He said he believed Bacile was a Middle Eastern Christian in his 50s.

"I don't know Sam that well," Klein said.

Klein is well-known to those who monitor right-wing extremists. The Southern Poverty Law Center has an extensive file on Klein that goes back decades.

An ex-Marine who served in Vietnam, Klein founded Courageous Christians United in 1977. According to the center, its members staged protests outside mosques and abortion clinics. In 2007, Klein sued the city of San Clemente after it ordered him to stop planting anti-illegal immigration fliers on cars.

For the last couple of years, Klein has hosted a weekly program on an Arabic Christian outlet called The Way TV. An office manager at the station said the channel - broadcast in the U.S., Canada and the Middle East - focuses mainly on spreading Christianity, but that Klein's program dwelt on criticizing Islam.

Klein heads another group that distributes fliers at high schools criticizing Islam. Those fliers and Klein's online writings echo many of the trailer's most offensive depictions of the prophet Muhammad.

Muhammad "had sex with a 6-year-old girl," Klein wrote in a post last year.

On Wednesday, with news crews massed outside his office, he said Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton should have protected her employees better from the rioters in Libya and was to blame for the deaths of the American ambassador and three others.

"I'm not responsible for the actions that they go out and do. Why would I be bothered," Klein said.


---Anti-Muslim film: ‘Nobody showed up’ for Hollywood screening---
September 12, 2012 |  4:08 pm
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/09/ambassador-killed-anti-muslim-film-hollywood.html

The cast and crew members of an anti-Muslim film that reportedly fueled an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya said they were unhappy with the film and were misled by the producer.

A statement was released to The Times on behalf of the 80 cast and crew members of "Innocence of Muslims," a film that reportedly prompted protests at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.

"The entire cast and crew are extremely upset and feel taken advantage of by the producer. We are 100% not behind this film and were grossly misled about its intent and purpose," the statement says. "We are shocked by the drastic re-writes of the script and lies that were told to all involved. We are deeply saddened by the tragedies that have occurred."

Steve Klein, a Hemet insurance agent, has identified himself as a consultant to the movie and is in contact with the filmmaker. That filmmaker, who is using the pseudonym Sam Basile, took credit for the movie in interviews with the Associated Press and Wall Street Journal.

"Islam is a cancer, period," Basile told the AP.

In an interview with The Times, Klein said he can't comment on the actors' claims because he was not involved with them. He said he met Basile twice.

"He contacted me because I was going out to mosques and handing out fliers to people who I suspected were terrorists in the United States,'' said Klein, who has been active in anti-Muslim and extremist groups for decades.

Klein said he did not help fund the movie, but he declined to say who did contribute to the production costs, which he estimated to be about $5 million. He also declined to identify anyone else involved with the project, saying they were "scared to death" that relatives in the Middle East would be targeted.

"Sam's intent was to reach the very small faction of dangerous Muslims throughout California, and to get into their view of how Muhammad did operate.''

Klein said the movie was a full feature film that, when screened in Hollywood, failed to attract an audience.

The film -- which was then called "Innocence of Bin Laden" -- was shown on June 23 to an audience of less than 10 at a theater on Hollywood Boulevard, a source familiar with the screening said.

An "attractive" woman stood on Hollywood Boulevard and tried to interest passers-by in the movie, but got few takers, the source said.

"The acting was of the worst caliber," the source said.

The screening was at The Vine Theater, which rents itself out for private screenings, said one person involved in the theater.

The person said they had no inkling that that movie was anti-Islamic  and did not recall the movie referencing the prophet Mohammad, although he said he did not see the whole thing.

"It was shown only one show. Nobody showed up."

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