Google Refuses White House Request To Remove Anti-Islamic Video From YouTube

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Google Incoporated rejected an official request from the Presidency of the United States to reconsider its decision to remove a movie clip on video-sharing platform, YouTube, that has caused a series of protests in the Middle-East.

Although the video had been blocked in Egypt and Libya where protesters have stormed the US embassies, and also censored it in Indonesia & India, the White House wants total removal of the video from the Internet.

The U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed in a violent protest on the embassy in Benghazi. The movie, produced by 55-year old Egyptian Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, depicts the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) as a philanderer and fraud, and has caused tension in the muslim world over.



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