Reports: Murdered U.S. Ambassador To Libya Was Sexually Raped

The U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens was reportedly sexually raped before being murdered by Islamic militants who attacked the US Embassy in Libya.

Separate Middle Eastern sources are reporting that the U.S. Ambassador to Libya was sexually raped prior to being murdered by the Islamic Jihadist who attacked the US consulate in Benghazi.

First the Washington Times has quoted the first source as the Lebanese News Organization which cites AFP sources claiming the ambassador was sexually raped.

PICKET:Lebanese paper report – Murdered U.S. Ambassador to Libya reportedly raped

According to the Lebanese news organization, citing AFP news sources, U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens, who was killed by gunmen that stormed the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on Tuesday, was reportedly raped before being murdered. A google translation of the report says :

Source: The Washington Times

Note: I keep getting intermittent page not found errors for the Washington Times article. I have uploaded a PDF of the article here for archival purposes in case it disappears.

Additionally the Lebanese Free Press has released a YouTube video recorded from Syria TV.

In the video description the Lebanese Free Press report the ambassador was “sodomized by his own Al Qaeda puppets”.

Libya – USA Ambassador in Bengazi sodomized and killed by his own al-Qaeda puppets

The new revelations comes after reports from the corporate media claiming the Ambassador was killed by an RPG attack were called into questioned by new evidence suggesting the Ambassador was tortured and then lynched by the terrorists before being killed.

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Earlier today the US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens was killed by the same terrorist he helped put into power.
Following the initial reports that he and 3 other Americans on his staff were murdered when terrorists fired Rocket Propelled Grenades on his vehicles the corporate media reported US officials were stating the attacks were planned beforehand.

Now both the official story about an RPG attack and hence claims that terrorist planned the attack beforehand are being brought into question.

The questions center around new evidence which appears to show that the Ambassador was in fact held captive and tortured by Libya militants prior to his death and then he was paraded on the streets after he was murdered.

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The story is still unfolding as Obama has reportedly sent 2 warships to Libya vowing justice and marines are being deployed to embassies around the world which are on high alert.

The the US embassy in Cairo is currently being attacked after it was stormed by protestors earlier.

At the same time members of the Muslim Brotherhood, a Saudi Arabia funded Salafi Islamic Jihadist front that the US helped put into power by inciting the revolution in Egypt, through both official and official channels are calling for solidarity in joining on a million-man protest against the US on Friday.

The million-man march was called for in protests by the leaders of several Islamic Jihadist groups including Saudi Arabia’s Salafist Party and leaders with ties to Al Qaeda, including the brother of assassinated al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.

More Demonstrations Planned For ‘Friday of Anger’ in Cairo

Islamic forces have called for a million-man demonstration on Friday [September 14] in protest of a film that insults the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. A number of Coptic Egyptian immigrants in the United States took part in the production of the amateur Youtube video.

Muslim Brotherhood youths announced on their Facebook pages their solidarity with calls for the demonstration, saying they would participate in it despite a formal decision made by the party not to call for protests. Coptic priests nationwide rejected the offensive film, stressing that religious symbols are a red line.


The protest was attended by leaders of Islamic movements, most notably Mohammad al-Zawahiri, brother of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri; a number of sons of Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, the Emir of the Gamaa Islamiyya group; Sheikh Gamal Saber, coordinator of the Hazimoun movement and Sheikh Abu-Yahya al-Masri, spokesman for the Salafist “Voice of Wisdom Coalition,” which called for the protests.

Zawahiri said that the US government’s response — by issuing a statement through its embassy in Cairo condemning the producers of the video that insults the Prophet — was not enough. He added that the filmmakers should be arrested and brought to trial, like Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, who was falsely accused of slander and inciting violence.

Gamal Saber, coordinator of the Hazimoun movement and co-founder of the Egyptian Umma Party, said that there is ongoing coordination between Islamic and revolutionary forces to organize a million-man demonstration in the event of the film being aired in the United States. He said that the forces are demanding that US citizenship be revoked from the Coptic Egyptian immigrants involved in the production of the film and that they be prevented from entering Egypt.


They also called for the severing of all relations with the United States and withdrawing the Egyptian ambassador from Washington, since the United States has once more allowed pastor Terry Jones — who had previously burned the Koran three times — to insult the Prophet.

Ahmad Khalil, spokesman for the Salafist Nour Party, said that the party supports all escalatory measures against the offenders of the Prophet, adding that the party will stand in the face of anyone who tries to insult Islam anywhere in the world.

For their part, Muslim Brotherhood youths announced via official and unofficial websites their participation in the million-man demonstration. Ali Khafagy, secretary-general of the youth committee in the Freedom and Justice Party, an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, denied that the party made a formal decision to take part in the demonstration

Source: AL Monitor

Categories: Middle East

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