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Images of Libyans lamenting attack on US embassy

Images of Libyans lamenting attack on US embassy

Jessica Testa of BuzzFeed offers images of a peaceful demonstration from Benghazi, the Libyan city where a U.S. ambassador was killed in a consulate attack Tuesday.


Among the messages:

“Chris Stevens was a friend to all Libyans.”

“No to insult our Prophet. No to insult Islam. No to terrorism.”

“Thugs and killers don’t represent Benghazi nor Islam”

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Maplewood

Yes, Kurt. Thank you.

I found myself very moved by the sentiments of sympathy in the photo's. It is much appreciated.

Those are brave people, considering their environment.

Kevin McGrane

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Bill Dilworth

Kurt, thank you for posting this. I find myself quite touched by this expression of sorrow.

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