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So -- -- what are you hearing about yes.
Well that that the death toll is rising Martha as as officials.
Here are concerned.
Extremist groups are exploiting anger over the film at least two dozen people have been killed.
In the past week or so in protest in Afghanistan Pakistan.
Indonesia and of course Libya where the US ambassador in three other Americans were among the victims.
Officials are worried that groups like al-Qaeda in the Islamic -- -- exploiting anger over the film.
A spokeswoman here Korea new -- called it piling on yesterday and late yesterday secretary of state Clinton had a warning for Arab leaders.
There are extremists.
In all of these societies and on the outside who are working to take advantage of -- outrage.
In order to incite violence and specifically incite violence against Americans and American facilities.
And I think it's important at this moment for leaders to put themselves on the right side of this debate.
Al-Qaeda says the film is proof that America's war on terror really is a war on Islam and officials here in this country.
Have struggled frankly to convince the Arab street.
At the US government really doesn't have the authority to keep this film off the Internet Martha.
And now up French magazine is adding some fuel to this fire went out.
This is the same magazine none of that -- that published caricatures.
Of the Prophet Mohammed last year and incited violence now -- and publishing.
Muslims see as an insult -- the prophet the US embassy.
Closed it in Tunisia it was joined by French.
The French Embassy and a French school there today.
A statement from al-Qaeda.
Citing the film.
Urged Muslims to escalate their protests and killed American ambassadors in Islamic countries.
-- -- intelligence officials denying the report that the US consulate they've been -- Received a warning of the attack -- officials say.
The embassy in Tripoli was cautioned about possibility of protest Martha I want to thank you very much.
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