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With more on this Paul Wolfowitz former deputy secretary of defense and former US ambassador to Indonesia ambassador welcome to the show it's great to have you here.
Tonight we have the al-Qaeda branch in North Africa calling for attacks on US diplomats.
We have the attacks on Bank of America and the New York Stock Exchange as I described.
Is the president's policy of mutual respect working.
I think obviously not it's we were going to have a new era in our relations with the Muslim world and that hasn't happened.
But I think the responsibility should be -- first and foremost.
At the -- of these Islamic extremists and I think it's important to emphasize and understand.
That I don't believe the great majority of Muslims or Arabs share those views but one of the problems is a lot of those people are now intimidated.
One of the purposes of terror is to terrorize people and the silence and it's often quite effective.
The White House today it seem to be retooling its response.
Saying that said maybe this attack in Libya was not spontaneous.
Then maybe this and this video it's not even -- film the video was exploited by militants here's the White House today.
We provide information about what we.
Was the precipitating.
Cause of the protests in the violence.
Based on information that we.
Have had to -- There is an ongoing investigation the FBI.
-- is investigating.
And that investigation will follow the facts wherever they leave.
And -- what does that response tell you.
Well I think I think they were in denial in the first place the notion that they turned up with the rocket propelled grenades and mortars.
In a spontaneous demonstration.
On September 11 double dates.
And target seemed to have target and kill the American ambassador who was so responsible for.
The liberation of Libya I think is it was very clearly deliberate and to get lost in this question of whether or not people are angry about the video.
Yes I don't know about in Libya I think actually probably not so much they're because -- Most people they -- quite pro American.
But elsewhere yes they're angry about the video but focusing on the video is bed in -- number of respects.
There's no way you can shut down outrageous speech in -- country.
Like United States it's going to happen.
But it's the responsibility.
Responsible officials in Egypt and other countries throughout the world but it.
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