"The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam." Barack Obama at the UN in the wake of the murderous jihadi attack on our US embassy and personnel in Benghazi on 911.
Youtube filmmaker Nakoula taken from his Cerritos home
In the wake of the September 11th jihadist attack on our embassy in Benghazi last year, where our ambassador and staff were slaughtered in cold blood, Obama covered for the jihadists and lied to the American people. Obama bold-faced lied when he told the American people that free speech was at fault. He lied when he blamed an innocuous youtube video when he knew it was al qaeda Muslims. Obama, in a supreme act of treason, aided the enemy and attacked our First Amendment. Instead of going after the Islamic group/organization/nation behind the 911 attack on America, he went after freedom of speech in submission to the sharia.
Obama should be brought up on charges for treason for Benghazi.
Muhammad filmmaker, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, has been rotting in a US jail cell -- arrested after the Benghazi attack. Obama blamed a little-seen youtube video that Nakoula produced. Whatever the pretense, Nakoula will go down in history as one of Obama's first political prisoners, jailed for blasphemy under Islamic law. This is Obama's sharia enforcement in America.
Imprisoned ‘Innocence of Muslims’ producer Nakoula Nakoula: ‘I want the world to see the truth’ Charles Johnson, Daily Caller, August, 7, 2013
In an exclusive interview following his supervised release from prison, the filmmaker behind “Innocence of Muslims” told The Daily Caller that he “has no regrets” and promises more films and books about Islam.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula is the only person who has been imprisoned in the aftermath of the organized Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in which the ambassador and three other Americans were killed. He was wholly unconnected to the attack and was imprisoned on technical probation violations.
“The first reason I am writing this book is to tell the world we never forget our heroes and the second reason is to tell [everyone] that I’m not afraid,” Nakoula writes in a foreword obtained exclusively by The Daily Caller.
“I want the world to see the truth,” Nakoula told TheDC over the phone.
The interview was arranged after multiple letters to his former prison in El Paso, Texas. Nakoula is currently targeted with assassination from several Muslim clerics, including the head of Hezbollah, who have put fatwas on his head. He spoke from an undisclosed location in Southern California.
Nakoula is upset that his film has been blamed for causing the Benghazi terrorist attack. His book is dedicated to both the victims of Benghazi and of terrorism around the world.
“Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty and to every son who has lost his father, every mother or father who has their son, every person all over the world [who] lost his life or [was] injured because of the terrorism culture,” Nakoula writes in his foreword. “I would like to tell you you’re not forgotten.”
Nakoula, who had prior felony convictions on drug and bank fraud charges, was on probation when he made the trailer. Following the Benghazi debacle, the Obama administration claimed the film had incited the attack, and Nakoula was arrested and returned to prison for violating probation terms that prohibited him from using an alias (he had gone by “Sam Bacile” in making the film) or using the Internet without prior approval.