http://twitter.com/#!/JuD_Official/status/245644027851046912

That’s from the political arm of Pakistan’s Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist organisation, but the general public is getting in on the fun too.

Respect Mohammed #PBUH or keep ur fucking mouth closed

— Olarinde Hafis (@Fisworld) September 11, 2012

https://twitter.com/Mongez4ever/status/245571215077564416

Our prophet #Muhammed (PBUH) is the best of mankind. Don't insult him and expect us to do nothing about!!!

— Fadwa فدوى (@LibyanGirlyGirl) September 11, 2012

Funny how Israel always gets lumped into these things, especially when it isn’t involved at all.

This next four tweets are from someone who claims to have  been among the Cairo protesters:

After todays protesting & saying the Shehada with such heart, I feel like I JUST became a #MUSLIM! #Islam is getting STRONGER ilhamdolelah:)

— Mariam Ashry (@mariam_ashry) September 11, 2012

Thank you, #America and #israel for making #islam STRONGER! Thank you really 🙂

— Mariam Ashry (@mariam_ashry) September 11, 2012

To whoever didn't go today, you TRULY missed it! Such LOVE, such STRENGTH, SUCH UNITY! This is The rise of #ISLAM , be ready inshAllah!

— Mariam Ashry (@mariam_ashry) September 11, 2012

Step 1: show the world their LIMITS with OUR Prophet:), Step 2: SPREAD THE SUNNAH INSHALLAH 😀 yalla? It's about time walahi! #pbuh

— Mariam Ashry (@mariam_ashry) September 11, 2012

If that’s love, we’d hate to see them when they’re angry!

That said, at least among English-language Muslim tweeters, the anti-protest voices seem to be strong.

Screwed up what's happening in #Libya I'm ashamed at the death. No excuses. The Prophet pbuh would have been appalled.

— يوسف الفاخري (@Alfakhiri) September 11, 2012

I am Muslim and proud, i love the prophet Mohammed PBUH but i detest all these uncivilized deeds which are against peace.

— Talal Burnaz (@TalalBurnaz) September 11, 2012

In some cases, the snark is flowing freely among those Muslims expressing embarrassment.

WE ARE NOT TERRORISTS! ..Wait,we burnt their flag, and said we r all Osama? .. umm, u are free to ignore me #USEmbassy

— Sara Hassan (@SaraSh102) September 11, 2012

https://twitter.com/SarahMalabdali/status/245641914282557440

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/09/11/some-muslims-praise-embassy-attacks-others-express-embarrassment/