As the Egyptian President and Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi set the terms for the surrender. Saying that it was up to Washington to repair the damage but it has to be on their terms “If you want to judge the performance of the Egyptian people by the standards of German or Chinese or American culture, then there is no room for judgment,” he said. “When the Egyptians decide something, probably it is not appropriate for the U.S. When the Americans decide something, this, of course, is not appropriate for Egypt.”
The spokesman for the National Security Council previewed Barack Obama's speech: “UNGA always provides an opportunity for the President to put the international situation in context, and to put forward a vision of US leadership. I would certainly expect the President to address the recent unrest in the Muslim world, and the broader context of the democratic transitions in the Arab World. As he has in recent days, the President will make it clear that we reject the views in this video, while also underscoring that violence is never acceptable”.
Meanwhile the head of one of the largest mosques in New Jersey made it clear that he wants the United States to outlaw criticism of Islam. Imam Qatanani, a confessed Hamas members and supporter of terrorism who the US tried and failed to deport, made it clear he believes the US should take legal action against the makers of the film “Innocence of Muslims” and the Department of Homeland Security should go after those who insult Islam.
The Governor of New Jersey, Republican Chris Christie is a vocal supporter of the Imam.
“In all my interactions with the imam, he has attempted to be a force for good in his community, in our state with law enforcement, with those of us who have gotten to know him over the years,” Christie told the crowd at a rally.
"Governor Christie is a good dhimmi infidel and we fully expect that Barack Obama will join us as well" said a spokesperson for the Islamic Jihad.