Condoleezza Rice,  Culture,  Politics,  Religion

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Condoleezza Rice – Iran and Syria Stoking Anger – The Response

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (R) shakes hands with Israel Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni after their meeting at the State Department in Washington, February 8, 2006.

Previously on Flap: Muhammad Caricature Watch: Condoleezza Rice – Iran and Syria Stoking Anger

ASSociated Press: Rice Accuses Iran, Syria in Muslim Violence

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice accused Iran and Syria on Wednesday of instigating Muslim protests triggered by drawings of the Prophet Muhammad, and President Bush pleaded for an end to violence.

“I have no doubt that Iran and Syria have gone out of their way to inflame sentiments and have used this for their own purposes,” Rice said. “The world ought to call them on it.”

She did not offer specifics during a brief State Department news conference with Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni. The United States accuses Iran and Syria of funding terrorism and has tried to unite world opinion against both Middle Eastern nations.

The Iranian Response:

ASSociated Press: Cartoon Protesters Direct Anger at U.S.

In Washington, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice accused Iran and Syria of instigating protests in their countries, and
President Bush called upon governments to stop the violence and protect the lives of diplomats overseas.

The United States and other countries were looking into whether extremist groups may be inciting protesters to riot, said Yonts, the U.S. spokesman in Afghanistan.

Iranian vice president Isfandiar Rahim Mashaee rejected Rice’s assertion that Iran was inflaming Muslim anger over the cartoons. “That is 100 percent a lie,” Mashaee said in Jakarta, Indonesia. “It is without attribution.”

A developing story……


Muhammad Caricature Watch: Condoleezza Rice – Iran and Syria Stoking Anger

Muhammad Caricature Watch: President Bush and King Abdullah of Jordan Urge an End to Violence over Muhammad Caricatures

Cox & Forkum: Western Dhimmitude

Muhammad Caricature Watch: French Weekly Charlie Hebdo Reprints Muhammad Caricatures

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Muslim Threatened Norwegian Pressman Continues to Defend the Right to Publish Offensive Material

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Demonstrators Attack Norwegian Embassy in Tehran, Iran

Muhammad Caricature Watch: 4 Killed In Afghanistan in Caricature Bloodshed

Muhammad Caricature Watch: A Right to Blasphemy

Muhammad Caricature Watch: New Protests Erupt Around the World

Muhammad Caricature Watch: The False Cartoons and Danish Imams

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Angry Demonstrators Set Danish Consulate in Beirut Ablaze

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Syrian Protesters Set Danish Embassy Ablaze Over Cartoon

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Protests Over Muhammad Drawings Intensify

Muhammad Caricature Watch: Anger Over Cartoons of Muhammad Escalates

Day by Day by Chris Muir on CNN

Day by Day by Chris Muir on Muhammad Caricatures

Cox & Forkum: Publication of Caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad by a Danish Newspaper

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  • kawthar

    we will not agree about the caricatures and we will contineu respect muhammad inspite your all caricatures.
    and the word “la alah alla allah muhammad rasol allah will stay in the sky in the high.
    ***who write this picture who is acrazy people.
    and you must to remmember this picture and must not to forget this picture.
    you are a donkeys;dogs;and crazy people
    this all thing.