Benghazi residents apologise after US consulate attack

This photo of the demonstration was posted on Facebook.
 
A day after the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi that left Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans dead, local residents held a demonstration to express their support for the United States and their indignation at the radical Islamists’ violence.
 
The gathering took place at Al-Shajara square. Demonstrators held posters with messages including, “Benghazi is against terrorism” and “Sorry Chris, Benghazi couldn’t protect you.”
 
Photo posted to Twitter by Ahmed Sanalla.
 
Photo posted to Twitter by Ahmed Sanalla.
 
Photo posted to Flickr by @ASanalla.
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Reply to comment | The Observers

It's hard to find educated people in this particular subject, but you seem like you know what you're talking about!
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then immediately bring in

then immediately bring in those responsible for this attack on the US. Otherwise the apology means nothing.

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