The Arab Spring in Egypt takes a violent turn. So, President Obama, tell us once again how the Muslim Brotherhood is a secular group which poses no threat.
Jimmy Carter II proves his naivete once again, unless of course, the encouragement of radicalization in Egypt was intentional on Obama's part, which could very well be the case.
Read from Atlas Shrugs. The photo tells it all.
Egypt: Bloodthirsty Muslims Tear Down Wall Protecting Israel Embassy in Cairo
"The free world stands at the precipice of catastrophic consequence.
Here again the reality of Obama's pro-Muslim Brotherhood foreign policy bears rancid, poisonous fruit. On Tuesday, the Obama supported Islamic Spring necessitated the building of a wall around the Israeli embassy in Cairo, as the cries for Jewish blood rose among the newly empowered Islamic supremacist annihilationists. The Muslim Brotherhood coup sanctioned and supported by the Obama administration has led to direct rocket attacks on Israel from Egypt (for the first time in the now fragile 30-year peace).
The wall had been painted with Egypt's national colors: black, white and red.
Egyptians tear down Israel Embassy's security wall by Aya Batrawy, Associated Press
CAIRO (AP) — 'Hundreds of Egyptian protesters, some swinging hammers and others using their bare hands, tore down parts of a graffiti-covered security wall outside the Israeli Embassy in Cairo on Friday. Thousands elsewhere protested for the first time in a month against the country's military rulers.
CAIRO (AP) —A group of about 30 protesters broke into the Israeli Embassy in Cairo Friday and dumped hundreds of documents out of the windows after a day of demonstrations outside the building in which crowds swinging sledge hammers and using their bare hands tore apart the embassy's security wall.
Hundreds of protesters converged on the embassy throughout the afternoon and into the night, tearing down large sections of the graffiti-covered security wall outside the 21-story building housing the embassy. Egyptian security forces made no attempt for hours to intervene.
Just before midnight, a group of protesters reached a room on one of the embassy's lower floors at the top of the building and began dumping Hebrew-language documents from the windows, said an Egyptian security official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
In Jerusalem, an Israeli official confirmed the embassy had been broken into, saying it appeared the group reached a waiting room on the lower floor. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to release the information.
No one answered the phone at the embassy late Friday.
[...]Anger increased last month after Israeli forces responding to a cross-border militant attack mistakenly killed five Egyptian police officers near the border.
Several large protests have taken place outside the embassy in recent months without serious incident. Friday's demonstration, however, quickly escalated with crowds pummeling the security wall with sledge hammers and tearing away large sections of the cement and metal barrier, which was recently put up to better protect the site from protests.
For the second time in less than a month, protesters were able to get to the top of the building and pull down the Israeli flag.
Crowds outside the building photographed documents that drifted to the ground and posted some of them online.
Protesters clashed with police and set fire to a police truck outside the embassy. Crowds also tried to attack a nearby police station but were turned back by security forces firing tear gas and warning shots. State radio reported that one person died of a heart attack and that 163 people were injured.
Senior Israeli officials were holding discussions on the embassy breach.
Israeli Defense Minster Ehud Barak said in a statement that he also spoke with his American counterpart, Leon Panetta, and appealed to him to do what he could to protect the embassy.
Thousands elsewhere protested for the first time in a month against the country's military rulers.'"