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CNN VIDEO: UN had foreknowledge of Beirut cartoon riot

Posted in the database on Wednesday, February 08th, 2006 @ 16:04:39 MST (852 views)
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At 5:54 am ET Sunday morning, 1054 GMT, CNN International was airing over CNN proper in the US. At that time, a reporter named Anthony Mills reported that the United Nations knew in advance the Muslim cartoon riots were coming to Beirut. This after he said he wasn't sure whether the Danes had bothered with extra security for their embassy, which by the time of the report had been set ablaze.

Check out our exclusive VIDEO archive of the report.

Here were his exact remarks.:

ANTHONY MILLS, CNN INTERNATIONAL: My understanding is, as well, that UN sources were reporting this morning that this was going to be a chaotic day, if you will... Or, certainly they were reporting --they were suggesting -- their workers shouldn't go to work today.

So, indications in advance, I think, probably that something was going to happen here, that some form or sort of violent protest might erupt.

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It is obvious these riots are planned in advance by handlers seeking a "clash of civilizations," between the secular/Christian West and the Islamic world -- these riots are not spontaneous events. Many media have been asking the sensible question, where does one suddenly get thousands of Denmark's flags in Lebanon? It is quote curious.

One Lebanese official told AP to look outside Lebanon for the answer:

"This is an organized attempt to take advantage of Muslim anger for purposes that do not serve the interests of Muslims and Lebanon, but those of others beyond the border," Lebanese Social Affairs Minister Nayla Mouawad, a Christian, said Sunday after riots in Beirut.



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