State Dept. Official to Attend OIC Meeting Today on Banning ‘Defamation of Islam’ UPDATE: OIC scrubs website, screenshot added, cover-up begins

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November 18, 2012 – 11:18 pm

UPDATE: Well, that didn’t last long. Earlier this morning before I posted this item the OIC press release noted that US Consul General in Jeddah Anne Casper would be attending the OIC’s meeting:

The Session will be attended by Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the OIC Secretary General. It will be chaired by Ambassador Ahmad Taib , Director General of the Branch of the Saudi Foreign Ministry, Makkah Al-Mukarrammah region. It will also be attended by Sergey Kuznetsov, Consul General of the Russian Federation and Anne Casper, US Consul General in Jeddah.

But within the past few hours that mention has been scrubbed. The press release I linked to earlier now reads:

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4 Responses to State Dept. Official to Attend OIC Meeting Today on Banning ‘Defamation of Islam’ UPDATE: OIC scrubs website, screenshot added, cover-up begins

  1. Richard says:

    With Obama in the White House I am surprised he is stopping there.

  2. Martin says:

    State Dept Ready to End Diplomatic Isolation of Hamas

    On Friday, State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland announced that it was suddenly fine for foreign dignitaries to visit the terrorist Hamas regime in the Gaza Strip. Why? Because now that Hamas was firing hundreds of rockets on Israel, those dignitaries could visit to try to push “de-escalation.”

  3. Martin says:

    OT -Cairo : Police clash with Egyptian protesters commemorating last year’s deadly street battles

    10 cops + 60 protesters injured

    CAIRO — Hundreds of Egyptian protesters and security forces hurl stones at each other in Cairo, on the one-year anniversary of fierce street clashes that left 42 dead.

    Monday’s clashes started after protesters tore down a wall of cement blocks built by security forces last year to prevent crowds from marching from central Tahrir Square to Cairo’s security headquarters. The protesters also shot fireworks at police guarding the security buildings, prompting officers to throw stones at them in response.

  4. Proud_Kafir7908 says:

    I doubt that THIS part of the OIC’s website has been scrubbed…

    Article 21 of the OIC Charter: The Headquarters of the General Secretariat shall be in the city of Jeddah until the liberation of the city of Al Quds (Israel’s capital, known among humans as JERUSALEM.)

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