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Sudan: Police shoot at protesters trying to climb U.S. Embassy wall

By Aya Batrawy and Lee Keath

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LAST UPDATED: 06:10 a.m. HST, Sep 14, 2012


CAIRO » Witnesses say Sudanese police have opened fire on protesters trying to climb the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum.

The witnesses say several thousands of Sudanese were protesting outside the embassy, trying to storm it in anger over an obscure file produced in the United States that denigrated the Prophet Muhammad.

It was not immediately clear if any protesters got into the embassy.

The witnesses said at least three protesters were hurt, seen motionless on the ground. There was no immediate confirmation whether they were dead.

The attack came as protests against the film spread around the Middle East and other Muslim countries, from Tunisia to Pakistan.







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loquaciousone wrote:
I bet most of these idiots have never even seen the film or know almost nothing about it but they riot at the drop of a hat. Whatever happens to them, they deserve..
on September 14,2012 | 06:52AM
kamalani80 wrote:
You are correct...these idiots that riot are nothing more than hooligans, who take their direction from rogue clerics who preach violence instead of respect
on September 14,2012 | 06:57AM
palani wrote:
The "Prophet" Muhammad needs no help from "infidels" to be denigrated. His followers do that very well.
on September 14,2012 | 07:23AM
PMA wrote:
Amazing how this rag monopoly Star Advertiser features Augie T when the Middle-East, and possibly soon America, burns.  Clear to me that SA tries to keep us uninformed and dumb on most important matters in order to maintain a low-informed populous...heads buried in the sand.  If you don't know the problems living in a false "state-of-bliss", you tend to vote for incumbents.  Now I get it...
on September 14,2012 | 08:15AM
HawaiiCheeseBall wrote:
Maybe you shuold cancel your subscription.
on September 14,2012 | 08:48AM
loquaciousone wrote:
I thought that the feature on Augie was informative and interesting. I would hate to read a paper that was so one track minded that it only featured a bunch of misinformed idiots making a mockery of the very prophet Muhammad that they claim to believe in.
on September 14,2012 | 09:01AM
PMA wrote:
Yo! It's time to change the aluminum foil in your ball-cap, fella!
on September 14,2012 | 06:57PM
johncdechon wrote:
Violence in Khartoum? Is the "Mad Mahdi" back to incite this violence and destroy the town again? I guess we need "Gordon Pasha" back...but this time, please get the rescue forces there 3 days earlier then they got there LAST time this happened! What a bunch of ignorant fa na tic al savage animals there in the Sudan...just like they were in 1885. No difference.
on September 14,2012 | 08:32AM
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