Hundreds of demonstrators scaled up the embassy's walls and pulled down the American flag. Clashes with security forces ensued. Although the film was privately produced by an Israeli filmmaker living in California, according to several major news organizations, the protesters demanded that relations with the United States be severed.
The embassy's website announced late Tuesday that visa services had been suspended due to the instability and that delays were expected in the delivery of passports.
Seven armored vehicles were stationed along Simon Bolivar Street leading to the embassy as well as behind the building, while 25 Central Security vehicles guarded the main gate Wednesday.
A small group of demonstrators remained overnight, saying they would stage a sit-in and wait for comment from the US State Department on the film. The protesters also said another demonstration is planned for Wednesday afternoon.
00:46: Our prophet is like clouds, does the barking of the dogs affect the clouds?
00:50: I'm mohammed Fat'hi I work with the national housing and construction the Salafists. I am an Egyptian, I don't belong to the Muslim brotherhood or anybody else but yet i am a muslim. When someone badmouths our religion, it is in our nationalistic and religious nature to revolt. And badmouthing the prophet (PBUH) is something that we will not forgive and we will not let pass. I reproach everyone who is sitting at home at the moment.
Look at the people here, there are the youth of Alaqsar and there are old and young people all gathered here, and the quiet people are quiet about the abuse of the prophet (PBUH)
Our request and what we want is for this film to be banned in any way possible and it can get to the point of us boycotting those jews completely
2:03: In the name of god and Praise be upon his prophet. We are the Doctrine's Guards Movement after consulting with some of the people of science regarding the campaign for changing the punishment for insulting the prophet (PBUH) in article 161-sanctions. Every time the prophet (PBUH) is insulted we start boycotting, saying no, and we say and we say and we hang banners. When Denmark insulted the prophet (PBUH) it lost billions of dollars. The European crusader union came together and compensated them with two billion dollars. The missionary work in Africa has a yearly budget of two and a half billion dollars. The problem is not with boycotting the material, for they are very deviant, for example "made in Denmark" changed the country of origin to "made in China". Before we talk about Denmark and the Netherlands and the United States, we have a problem ourselves that has to be solved first and what is this problem!? I am talking as a Muslim like any Muslim amongst you I am not a sheikh or anything, I am a Muslim like any one of you who loves his prophet. When the punishment for abusing the name of the prophet (PBUH) in the Egyptian law in article 161-sanctions 100 Jneih then why are we standing here? We are standing in front the American Embassy to say "No, do not verbally abuse the prophet" and this is our right. But what made them abuse the prophet verbally? This question needs an answer. The answer is that we have a flaw, and that flow is that the honor of the prophet has no value in our law. And notice that I am saying the law, not us the people, and not the constitution. The problem is, and the Law professors know this, if we put a law in the constitution that states "it is forbidden to insult the prophets" What is the problem?
4:31: God is the greatest - There's no God but Allah - Mohammed is the prophet of Alla.
No God but Allah - We love you, prophet of Allah.
5:45: God make them victorious, God make the Muslim and Islam victorious And humiliate the infidels and destroy the enemies of the religion. God, destroy all those who insulted your prophet. God, destroy all those who insulted Mohammed. God, keep your eye on them for they are tireless. God, keep your eye on the copt diaspora. God, keep your eye on the copts of the west. God, make an example out of them. God, they cannot stop you. God, turn the air around them to fire.
8:15: I am Sabir Shartout from the Haram, and when I heard about the protest I was one of the first people to confirm my attendance, it's the least one can do. It is a protest to express the people's anger. This situation is in need of investigation.To those who insulted the prophet, he is the greatest symbol of Islam and he verifies the existence of all the Muslims, for all the Muslims are alive to love their God and their Prophet. It is really hard and painful for our people and people like us to have to go through those situations. Do we, as people, really deserve this insult? As Muslim, do we really deserve this humiliation? Because someone is insulted a symbol, a great symbol that gives meaning to my whole life, and that is the prophet (PBUH). Why are they doing this?
I believe this is the doing of the lowlives, it is a very low move. It appears that they failed in the matter of dialogue and and they took the loser road, the dirt road. The least we can say is this is absurd! a big absurdity. This incident is not going to pass easily. And I expect if the political front won't interfere or the president or even the religious entities to stop this situation there will be retribution, and you can expect a lot from those people and more.