What if we Americans protested Libyan and Egptian Embassies?

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    Time for us American citizens to protest at these embassies, call or email them if you cannot attend:





    Egyptian Embassies in the USA:

    Embassy of Egypt, Washington DC



    Egyptian Embassy in Washington D.C., United States
    Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in the United States
    3521 International Ct. N.W.
    Washington D.C. 20008
    United States
    Tel.: (+1) (202) 8955400
    Fax: (+1) (202) 2444319-2445131

    Email:Embassy@egyptembassy.net



    Egyptian Consulate in Chicago, United States
    Consulate of Egypt in United States
    500 N. Michigan Avenue, 19th Floor, Suite #1900
    Chicago, IL
    60611
    Tel.: (+312 ) 8289162 # 8289163 # 8289164
    Fax: 1(312) 828-9167




    Egyptian Consulate in New York, United States
    Consulate of Egypt in United States
    1110 Second Avenue, Suite # 201
    NY, 10022
    Tel.: 1 (212) 759-7120/7121/7122
    Fax: 1 (212) 308-7643





    Egyptian Consulate in Houston, United States
    General Consulate of Egypt in United States of America
    1990 Post Oak Blvd Suite 2180,
    Houston, TX. 77056.
    Tel.: (713) 961 4915/961 4916.
    Fax: (713) 961 3868.





    Libyan Embassy:



    libya@libyanbureau-dc.org

    2600 Virginia Avenue, NW Suite 705
    Washington DC, 20037, USA
    202- 944 -9601
    202-944-9602

    Embassy Message board: Libyan Embassy in Washington, USA





    Mission of Libya to the United Nations

    309 East 48th Street
    New York, New York 10017
    U.S.A.
    Tel: (212) 752-5775
    E-mail: lbyun@undp.org
    Home page:
    http://www.undp.org/missions/libya
     
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    Wait will it be considered an act of war? Lmao right wing hypocrites....go ahead go protest
     
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    So what you are saying "Mr know it all" , is that you dont give a rats ass that a fellow human being was murdered.

    Ok I get it....
     
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    Actually I helped organize a candle vigil for the fellow American in which many Muslims are attending you're mistaken
     
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    Why is it ok for you to hold a candlight vigil while others are not allowed to voice their opinion?

    You automatically assume that Americans are violent when I never posted anything of that sort for a protest.


    Why should we have countries represented on American soil who hate our guts?
     
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    Why? Do they fly drones over our cities and shoot missles at us on the way to the store?
     
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    I'm sure they'll patch you through to the individuals involved in the attacks on the embassy. You know, they'll just flip through their Rolodex and get the numbers and addresses to them all so you can send correspondence.
     
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    Interesting but what would we be protesting? That these nations have a long way to go before they become a completely civilized society in which no faction decides violence as a tactic is the solution? I'm not sure any nation will ever arrive at that point. Consider Anders Behring Breivik or Timothy McVeigh or...
     
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    Only a moron would ask if a protest would be considered an act of war. LMAO at the stupidity.

    What happened in Egypt and Libya crossed the line from protesting to violent attacks, which are an act of war when perpetrated against an Embassy of the United States, or anyone else's for that matter.
     
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    Since obama is doing nothing about the attacks on our embassies, the practice will no doubt spread.
     

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