Obama: Americans laid down lives 'in service to us all'
President Barack Obama speaks Friday at a ceremony in for the four Americans killed Tuesday in Benghazi.
September 14th, 2012
01:23 PM ET

Obama: Americans laid down lives 'in service to us all'

Editor's note: Several protests stemming at least in part from an anti-Islam film produced in the United States are unfolding outside U.S. embassies around the world. Friday's protests follow ones Tuesday at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, where attacks killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans.

In Tunisia, protesters have scaled a U.S. Embassy gate and set fire to cars on the property, a journalist there says. In Egypt, the influential Muslim Brotherhood canceled nationwide protests planned for Friday, but a running battle between police and protesters in Cairo continued into its fourth day.

Follow the live blog below for all of the developments around the world.

[Updated at 3:04 p.m. ET] A ceremony at Maryland's Joint Base Andrews for the returned bodies of the four Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate has ended, and the caskets are being carried to hearses. See the 2:59 and 2:51 p.m. entries for remarks by President Barack Obama, who said the four laid down their lives "in service to us all."

[Updated at 2:59 p.m. ET] President Barack Obama, at a ceremony at Maryland's Joint Base Andrews for the returned bodies of the four Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate, added:

"The United States of America will never retreat from the world. We will never stop working for the dignity and freedom that every (person) deserves. ... That’s the essence of American leadership. ... That was their work in Benghazi, and that is the work we will carry on."

At the beginning and toward the end of his remarks, Obama cited the Bible's John 15:13: "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." Obama said the four killed Americans laid down their lives "in service to us all."

"Their sacrifice will never be forgotten," Obama said.

[Updated at 2:51 p.m. ET] President Barack Obama, at a ceremony for the returned bodies of the four Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate, is now eulogizing the four at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

Ambassador Chris Stevens, Obama said, "was everything America could want in an ambassador."

"Four Americans, four patriots. They loved this country. They chose to serve it, and served it well," Obama said. "They had a mission they believed in. They knew the danger, and they accepted it. They didn't simply embrace the American ideal, they lived it; they embodied it. The courage, the hope, and yes, the idealism - that fundamental American belief that we could leave this world a little better than before."

Ex-SEALs, online gaming maven among Benghazi dead

[Updated at 2:45 p.m. ET] At a ceremony for the returned bodies of the four Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said:

"Today we bring home four Americans who gave their lives for our country and our values. To the families of our fallen colleagues, I offer our most heartfelt condolences and deepest gratitude."

She saluted Sean Smith, a computer expert, as someone known as "an expert on technology by colleagues in Pretoria, Baghdad, Montreal and The Hague."

She hailed ex-Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods as someone who protected diplomatic personnel since 2010 "in dangerous posts" around the world.

"He had the hands of a healer as well as the arms of a warrior, earning distinction as a registered nurse and certified paramedic," Clinton said of Woods.

Clinton also hailed the other ex-Navy SEAL, Glen Doherty. "He, too, died as he lived, serving his country and protecting his colleagues."

Clinton said Stevens, as a diplomat, "won friends for the United States in far-flung places.” She thanked his parents, who were at the ceremony, for the "gift" that Stevens was.

The ceremony was at a hangar at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

[Updated at 2:35 p.m. ET] The ceremony for the returned bodies of the four Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate has begun. A prayer is being offered. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will speak soon, followed by Obama.

[Updated at 2:31 p.m. ET] Marines at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland are removing from a plane the flag-draped caskets of four Americans killed in the consulate attack in Libya, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens. The caskets will be placed at a hangar nearby, and President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will give remarks.

[Updated at 2:28 p.m. ET] We're awaiting a ceremony at which U.S. President Barack Obama will honor the arrival of the bodies of of U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans killed in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Leon Penetta have entered the hangar where the ceremony will take place at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

[Updated at 2:22 p.m. ET] Marines will take the caskets off a plane at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will give remarks. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta will also be present, Pentagon spokesman George Little said.

People are seated at a facility on the base. The caskets will flank the podium from which Obama and Clinton will speak.

[Updated at 1:41 p.m. ET] Three people were killed and 28 wounded during protests outside the U.S. Embassy in Tunis on Friday, Tunisia state television reported.

[Updated at 1:23 p.m. ET] U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will join Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at this afternoon's "transfer of remains ceremony" marking the return of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya.

Obama and Clinton will deliver brief remarks at the 2:15 p.m. ET ceremony at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

[Updated at 1:15 p.m. ET] Here is video from today's protests in Khartoum, Sudan:

[Updated at 12:23 p.m. ET] Nigerian military and police fired shots to disperse a crowd of protesters in the city of Jos, an eyewitness said.

About 2,000 people protesting the anti-Islamic film gathered at a central mosque, and security forces intervened when the crowd started moving toward the city center.

[Updated at 12:15 p.m. ET] Some protesters who scaled the gates of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia, reached a garden outside the building but have not breached the building itself, journalist Zeid Mhirsi reports.

Also, the thick, black smoke that we previously reported was near the Embassy is coming from burning vehicles on the Embassy grounds, Mhirsi reported.

Earlier, he reported that protesters took down a U.S. flag from a pole at the Embassy and replaced it with a black flag. Police were firing tear gas in an attempt to disperse them. (See 10:20 and 10:42 a.m. entries.) Hard-line Muslims known as Salafists were among the demonstrators, Mhirsi reported.

[Updated at 12:06 p.m. ET] Some Friday protests that hadn't yet been mentioned in this blog post:

In Afghanistan, hundreds of demonstrators in the eastern Nangarhar province burned a U.S. flag and chanted "Death to America" and "We condemn the film." The demonstration lasted about an hour and ended peacefully, a local official said. The Afghan government has ordered an indefinite block of YouTube to prevent people there from watching the clips and staging violent protests.

In Baghdad, Iraq, hundreds of followers of the radical Shiite Muslim cleric Muqtada al-Sadr chanted "No to America, no to Israel."

In Jerusalem, Palestinians marched from the al-Aqsa mosque toward the U.S. Consulate, but were prevented from reaching the mission by Israeli riot forces.

In Syria, hundreds gathered outside the U.S. Embassy in Damascus. Protesters waved placards that condemned the film and blamed the U.S. administration for allowing the production and broadcast of it, according to the state-run Syrian Arab News Agency.

In Iran, the Islamic Propagation Coordination Council called for nationwide rallies Friday to protest the film and what it is calling a U.S.-backed plot against Muslims, according to the state-run IRNA news agency.

[Updated at 11:57 a.m. ET] An update on Friday's protest outside the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan: Journalist Isma'il Kushkush says no protesters have been able to get inside the compound, and that police and security forces appear to have the situation under control.

Small fires are burning nearby. Kushkush said he believes protesters set tires ablaze. For more on the Khartoum protests, including one at the German Embassy there, see the 9:54 and 8:42 a.m. entries.

[Updated at 11:52 a.m. ET] Ninety-three protesters have been arrested in Egypt since Thursday night, Egyptian Interior Ministry spokesman Alaa Mahmoud said. Forty-eight officers have been injured, he added.

[Updated at 11:40 a.m. ET] Protesters in southern India have been arrested on suspicion of throwing rocks at the U.S. Consulate in Chennai, the city police commissioner said. As many as 200 protesters were demonstrating in front of the building, but the number arrested was not reported. There were no reported injuries.

[Updated at 10:57 a.m. ET] Video from Tunisia's capital shows thick, black smoke rising from an area near the U.S. Embassy. It's not clear what was on fire.

Protesters there had taken down a U.S. flag from the embassy property and replaced it with a black flag, journalist Zeid Mhirsi reported. Police fired tear gas at protesters as some of them climbed the property's walls.

[Updated at 10:42 a.m. ET] Protesters have taken down a U.S. flag from a pole at the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia, and replaced it with a black flag, journalist Zeid Mhirsi reports.

Earlier, Mhirsi reported protesters were climbing the building's gates, and police fired tear gas in an attempt to disperse them. (See 10:20 a.m. entry.) Hard-line Muslims known as Salafists were among the demonstrators, Mhirsi reported.

[Updated at 10:25 a.m. ET] A U.S. Marine Corps security team is being sent to help protect U.S. diplomatic installations in Yemen, including the Embassy in Saana, a senior U.S. official said, according to CNN's Barbara Starr.

Earlier today, Yemeni police opened fire to stop protesters from reaching the U.S. Embassy in Saana, witnesses said (see 7:31 a.m. entry).

The protection team is similar to the team of 50 Marines that was sent earlier this this week to Tripoli, Libya, in the wake of the attack in Benghazi.

[Updated at 10:20 a.m. ET] Protesters are climbing the gates of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia, and police have fired tear gas in an attempt to disperse them, journalist Zeid Mhirsi reports.

Some protesters, who are about 20 meters outside the U.S. Embassy gates, are throwing rocks at the police, Mhirsi says. He says
that some protesters are waving black flags as they attempt to vandalize the gates.

[Updated at 10:15 a.m. ET] U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to receive the remains of the U.S. diplomats killed in Libya at Andrews Air Force Base at 2 p.m. ET Friday.

[Updated at 10:13 a.m. ET] Add Tunisia to the list of Friday's protests. Hundreds of protesters have left Friday prayers and are heading to the U.S. Embassy in a neighborhood in Tunis, journalist Zeid Mhirsi reported. There is a strong Tunisian police presence in the area.

Hard-line Muslims known as Salafists were among the demonstrators, who were in pickup trucks and on foot.

[Updated at 9:54 a.m. ET] Ron Hawkins, a spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum, said that because Friday is a non-work day, most of the staff and Embassy personnel are not there as protesters gather outside the building. As far as security goes, Marines are assigned there, and local police officers were sent there earlier Friday as a precautionary measure, Hawkins said.

Earlier Friday, a fire was set at the vacated German Embassy as protesters gathered there. The protest at the U.S. building so has been peaceful, journalist Isma'il Kamal Kushkush said (see 8:42 a.m. entry).

[Updated at 9:31 a.m. ET] More information from Khartoum, Sudan: Protesters have gathered outside the U.S. Embassy there, a journalist at the scene said. The demonstration is peaceful so far.

Earlier today, protesters in Khartoum set the German Embassy on fire and also rallied outside the nearby UK Embassy (see 8:42 a.m. entry). The German Embassy was vacated before the protests.

[Updated at 9:24 a.m. ET] Lebanon has joined the list of Friday protests. One person was killed by police in Tripoli, Lebanon, after a group of armed men stormed a KFC restaurant amid protests in the city, Lebanese security forces told CNN.

About 40 armed men were spotted among 3,000 protesters, officials said.

Gen. Bassam Ayoubi, of the Lebanese internal security forces, said a group of armed men stormed the KFC and asked people to leave. Ayoubi said that the armed men then set the KFC on fire, at which time police arrived and began to fire at the armed men, killing at least one of them. Twenty-five were injured, he said, but it wasn't clear which of the injured were on which side.

[Updated at 9:09 a.m. ET] The German Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, was vacated before the protest that reportedly has set the building on fire, the German Foreign Ministry said.

The German Foreign Ministry also said that the Sudanese ambassador to Germany has been called in to the German
Foreign Ministry in Berlin to discuss the situation in Khartoum.

Journalist Isma'il Kamal Kushkush told CNN about 30 minutes ago that the German Embassy in Khartoum was on fire after protests against the online anti-Islam video.

[Updated at 9 a.m. ET] An update on protests in Egypt, while we await more information about the burning German Embassy in Sudan:

Fifteen protesters have been injured in Egypt on Friday, according to Dr. Mohamed Sultan, a health ministry spokesman. Most of the injuries were related to inhaling tear gas or getting it into their eyes.

Two hundred twenty-four people have been injured this week in protests in Cairo, 11 of whom have been hospitalized, Sultan said.

On Friday, officers armed with shields and batons, backed by an armored personnel carrier, rushed a group of several hundred protesters shortly after dawn to quell a violent demonstration that had raged through the night in Cairo. After the rush, a smaller number of demonstrators regrouped near the U.S. Embassy across from police lines, and stones and tear-gas canisters once again crossed in the air. Police fired rubber bullets at protesters. The army began constructing a wall of concrete blocks about 10 feet high across the road leading to the embassy.

Hours later, in the afternoon, youths climbed the newly built wall and threw rocks at police, according to eyewitnesses. Security forces fired tear gas and used water cannons to hold off the rioters. But 100 to 200 hundred meters away in Tahrir Square, a few thousand protesters congregated peacefully.

[Updated at 8:42 a.m. ET] The German Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan was on fire Friday after protests against the online anti-Islam video, a journalist on the scene, Isma'il Kamal Kushkush, said. No embassy personnel were believed to be inside.

The UK Foreign Office also says protesters were demonstrating Friday outside its embassy, next to the German Embassy, in Khartoum.

[Updated at 8:35 a.m. ET] U.S. embassies aren't the only Western diplomatic posts facing protests on Friday. Protests have been reported outside the UK and German embassies in Khartoum, Sudan.

UK Foreign Office Spokesperson Mandy Heffield confirmed there is an ongoing demonstration outside the British Embassy in Khartoum. Sudanese police are on the scene, Heffield said.

Earlier, a journalist on the scene said thousands of protesters had marched on the German Embassy in Khartoum, and that a few protesters jumped onto the embassy grounds and pulled down the German flag. Riot police fired tear gas, causing the protesters to pull back, the journalist said.

[Updated at 8:30 a.m. ET] Thousands of protesters marched on the German Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, on Friday, as protests against a short online film mocking the Prophet Mohammed swept across the Muslim world, a journalist on the scene said.

A few demonstrators were able to jump into the embassy grounds and pull down the German flag, Isma'il Kamal Kushkush said. Riot police fired tear gas, causing the protesters to pull back. The German Embassy is next to the British Embassy, which did not seem to be the focus of the demonstration.

[Updated at 7:40 a.m. ET] Afghanistan saw its first anti-American protest over the film Friday, as hundreds of demonstrators burned a U.S. flag and chanted "Death to America" and "We condemn the film."

The demonstration in Nangarhar province lasted about an hour and ended peacefully, said Zia Abdulzai, a spokesman for the governor of the eastern province.

[Posted 7:31 a.m. ET] Yemeni police opened fire Friday to stop protesters from reaching the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, witnesses told CNN.

Meanwhile, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood canceled nationwide demonstrations Friday, except for one in Cairo's Tahrir Square against the controversial film about the Prophet Mohammed, the group said in a Twitter message.

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  1. Sonny

    Mohammed is a big pig. This is my freedom of speech.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • timinfla

      thank you

      September 14, 2012 at 2:22 pm | Report abuse |
    • hussain

      I agree

      September 14, 2012 at 2:50 pm | Report abuse |
  2. Jefftexas

    Obama needs to pull out all our people and close all missions in those areas plus penalize all these countries with a withdrawl of any and all help the US gives them.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. john

    Honestly, these people are living in a different century. Blinded by their religion and ignorance, full of violence and hat with the smallest thing to set them off.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  4. Anwar Noweir

    As s muslim i like to give this word for all my brothers in all religions worldwide : Prohet Muhamad (peace be upon him)said since 1400 years ago that he is the last messenger from God to earth, nobody after this dare to say he is a messenger.and he said he sent as a mercy for mankind.in chapter Merry in Holy Quran versus 30-33,Christ be upon him spoke defending his mother Merry,he said 34 words,by the way Christ age when he rised to God was 34 years also Merry mentioned in Holy Quran 34 times.we as muslim like goodness to all mankind because we are all brothers descending from one father Adam.and we do respect all messengers from God.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • BigHwasdemo

      The way Moslems act I'm surprised you don't have to pray 10 times a day.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:02 pm | Report abuse |
  5. Mike

    Some people here in the U.S. say, oh, it's just freedom of speech for that guy to produce this hate-filled film. But with free speech comes responsibility, and what that fool did is no different than screaming "fire" in a public place. Now the jerk who made the film is in hiding while other Americans have died and American businesses and government buildings are being destroyed. Maybe the guy who made the film wanted all hell to break lose. Irresponsible.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Joseph

      It is not irresponsible to voice an opinion or to make a stupid movie. That is his right. Dumb choice, but that is his right. If you want people dictating what to say or think – America is not for you.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:01 pm | Report abuse |
    • zapatta

      ...arabic for "thanks for helping to set us free"!!

      September 14, 2012 at 2:01 pm | Report abuse |
    • Rock Maker

      maybe the muslims killing innocents are more irresponsible ??

      September 14, 2012 at 2:01 pm | Report abuse |
    • Linda

      I agree with you, well said. In todays world, freedon of speech has boundaries. What about those who say bomb on an airplane. Thats freedom of speech, but it can get you in deep trouble. Right.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:03 pm | Report abuse |
    • Randy

      Well Mike because these attacks have nothing to do with a low rate "movie" on youtube that no one has heard of until now. You are really buying that lie? More evedence toward a planned attack, These are terrorist attack, bottom line end of story. However if you want to follow the brainwashed media, you are free to.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:04 pm | Report abuse |
    • Sean

      While I think it's really irresponsible for people to produce such a film in the name of free speech, they have not hurt anyone physically. Moreover, there are always nuts in our society. We cannot prevent them from doing things that are hurtful to everyone. As a matured society, we should handle this as adults and not get carried away too far.

      On the other hand, these countries also need to know that this film was done by a few people. Not all Americans agree to their ideas, and definitely some condemn them. To take down embassies is like assuming the government endorses these ideas. They destroy properties but the filmmakers don't. I've heard tonnes of things about Catholics, and as a Catholic myself, I don't even care. In fact, people can shout racist comments at you, and yes, we do punish these people but very lightly. Until these racists show up with their guns and hurt someone, they're just noises. As a matured society, we should make sure freedom of speech is protected, while extremists do not go overboard. But it's really difficult to put off all these extremists.

      Moreover, this is not a Hollywood made movie.... what do you want America to do?

      September 14, 2012 at 2:05 pm | Report abuse |
    • Rach

      I agree! There is always hate against religions but I've never seen any over react in this manner. It is sad that they were disrespected by that fool but they also have to understand that it was just one American not all Americans that believe the movie. What ignorance;;

      September 14, 2012 at 2:05 pm | Report abuse |
    • Rufus T. Firefly

      I don't agree. If one shouts "fire!" it is a reasonable response to panic and run for the exit. If one insults a religion, no matter how rudely or unfairly, it is not a reasonable response to lose your mind and go on an arson and murder rampage.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:06 pm | Report abuse |
    • garysb007

      Lets Not blame the murderers for killing innocent people. Freedom of Speech should not be used if it disagrees with intolerant people. Drink the coolaid.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:12 pm | Report abuse |
    • Katie

      As I am writing this reply I hope you are not a Islamic. Otherwise I have to run under the cover. Do you think You want to live the life without freedom of speech? Why don't commend the riots who kill the Americans?

      September 14, 2012 at 2:12 pm | Report abuse |
    • Joseph

      Linda, saying "Bomb on an airplane" is NOT freedom of speech.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:26 pm | Report abuse |
  6. Graham

    I guess when you have nothing going for you in your life, rioting sounds like a pretty good option.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  7. Joseph

    Islam the religion of peace? I do believe it was meant to be. Now the words Islam and Muslim are becoming synonomous with every vile thing imaginable. It's amazing to me. Why do certain members of Islam feel it needed to "protect the honor" of "the Prophet". You can not protect the honor of a dead man and you can only honor his memory. This goes against everything that the man supposedly stood for. Ignorance veiled in pretended religious pursecution. You can not convience me that the violence has anything to do with religion, but rather a simple hatred of America. Those who have true religious convictions conerning this movie have demonstrated peacefully. Just as God will set the record straight one day for those who dishonored His Son. Let Allah defend "the Prophet" at the time he sees fit.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • zapatta

      Heavywords2012, it's pretty apparent that you lack the education to make correct sentences, so why would anyone give serious consideration to your ideas and thoughts.?

      September 14, 2012 at 2:04 pm | Report abuse |
  8. fryuujin

    seems that a religion that promotes, practices, and indorses this type of criminal (and murder) madness is a very messed-up cult. just one step lower than the rest of them. never going to change them, so I recommend shoot to kill rather than wait until being killed.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  9. PROTESTER ARE FULL OF HATE THEN THEY GO TO PRAY...

    they just worship HATE, buch of ignorants.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  10. BigHwasdemo

    This is the official news item for the day authorized by the Obama campaign and the DNC. 99.9% of people involved in these rampages haven't even seen the clip. Besides the story line in the movie is taken from the Koran anyway. I can't even believe anyone would fall for this fake narrative. The real story is how un-prepared to deal with 9/11 security that the Obama State Dept. was, that is the REAL STORY>

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  11. stingerhp

    This is NOT in response to an amateur film....The factions involved are using the so called film for cover to protest America and YOU....Keep a keen on this growing unrest as it is seeking a way into the U.S. and YOUR backyard...

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Just call me Lucifer

      They're certainly welcome in my backyard. The guns are loaded.

      September 14, 2012 at 2:00 pm | Report abuse |
  12. Bill

    We have had an Arab spring. How about an Arab nuclear winter??

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  13. gesswho

    image a world without religion; it is easy if you try.....no religion, noooo, please no more religions, please!!!

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  14. essenceR

    it is sad that those of us are peaceful loving individuals need to bare witness to such hatred...anger and violence. There are many different religeous beliefs and many peaceful people who live in harmony despite those differences...to see such hatred of our fellow human beings because of a difference in beliefs is just SAD. It would be nice if we could eventually learn to love and live with each others differences and enjoy world peace but then again...I guess the human race isn't capable of world peace now is it....

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  15. ShawnDH

    What a bunh of wackos.

    All this over an obscure internet "movie" on YouTube? They attacked our embassy and murdered our ambassador to Libya and you don't see us acting like violent and dernaged rabid animals. Get over it, losers. You are only highlighting why most of the world hates Muslims.

    September 14, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Report abuse | Reply
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