This is Morris Sadek, a conservative (read extremist) Coptic Christian who promoted the recent anti-Islamic film and lied about an Israeli being the creator.   He runs a small group called the National American Coptic Assembly.

"The violence that it caused in Egypt is further evidence of how violent the religion and people are and it is evidence that everything in the film is factual," Mr. Sadek said in a telephone interview from his Washington home.

http://nacopts1.blogspot.ca/2010/10/message-from-morris-sadek.html

Here is an Arabic video of him from October 2010:
Message from Morris Sadek .avi

I have no clue what he is saying in the video.   However, he is known to be an Egyptian-American anti-Muslim activist, so you can imagine it's anti-Muslim. 

His crappy website:
http://www.nationalamericancopticassembly.webs.com/

An article by Mr. Saddek from 2008:
http://www.nowpublic.com/world/woman-stoned-death-adultery-after-islamic-somali-court-ruling-

It seems he lives in Chantilly, Virginia.  Probably a self-description:

morris sadek Mr. Morris Sadik is one of Egypt's leading human rights advocates. He is President of the Egyptian Center of Human Rights for National Unity in Cairo. president of national American coptic assembly , usa , In October 1999, he became Advocates' Counsel for Middle East Affairs with a special focus on Egypt, as well as a director of our International Institute for Law. He is a fearless scholar and a recognized expert in constitutional and human rights law. Working as a team, Morris and Nagi have already scored a major victory this October when they joined forces to defend Adly Shakir, a Christian sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit. As a result of Morris's advocacy before the Supreme Court in Egypt and Nagi's networking in Washington on Capitol Hill and among the diplomatic community, Mr. Shakir's death sentence was reversed. But the battle for Mr. Shakir's life is not over. A new trial is set for January. In addition, Nagi and Morris are working on the infamous Al-Kosheh incident, in which 1,200 Christians were tortured. Advocates International

Other articles (83 total):
http://www.nowpublic.com/morris-sadek-0

His blog?  Promoting the film on Sep 5 & 10, 2012:
http://nacopticas1.blogspot.ca/

Nakoula:
https://plus.google.com/u/0/109667384864782087641/posts/1Tb4Bp1PH35
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