The ironic thing about the whole movie is that it has been been condemned, criticized, demanded to be censored, name called and more such stuff from the religion of peace and the various dhimmis bowing creepily in submission hoping that they will be 'spared' as the last ones to be slaughtered, even they know the ugly reality they fervently and desperately tries to ignore by all means.
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Looking forward to see Geert Wilders Masterpiece, well, now then, I haven't watched it either, how can I know? One thing is certain, the 10 minutes long film has had some publicity.
Some reactions to the film nearing it's moment of truth:
Islam: European Commission braces for anti-Islam film.Brussels, 5 March (AKI) - The European Commission has warned all its offices around the world that the release of an upcoming Dutch film criticising the Koran could spark violent protest by Muslims.
The Dutch government has warned Wilders of the consequences the film - expected to be released this month - could have against Dutch political and economic interests, and is has reportedly considered banning it.
The film project has already been condemned by several Muslim countries, including Iran and Pakistan, for its harsh criticism of the Koran and the Prophet Mohammed.
Iran and Egypt have already threatened the Netherlands with an economic boycott over the film.
In an interview earlier this month with Italian daily La Stampa, Wilders called the Koran a 'fascist' book and said European culture was "clearly superior" to "stunted Islamic culture." Wilders said it was certainly possible he might be killed like Dutch film director Van Theo van Gogh, murdered by a Dutch-Moroccan jihadist in 2004, after he made a short film slamming Muslim women's treatment under Islam.
Wilders has in the past called for a ban on the Koran and compared it to Adolf Hitler's writings.
Pakistan going bonkers, now why is that not a surprise, the nutcases are wailing at the Vatican, the EU and raising the issue with the covert jihad promoting muslim brotherhood affiliated terrorist organization OIC:
Sadiq said the Pakistani government had called in the Dutch ambassador and lodged a protest with him.
Pakistan had also raised the issue in Brussels, the Vatican and The Hague, and the matter would be discussed at an Organisation of the Islamic Conference summit in Senegal this month, he said.
Wilders, who has received death threats, has defended his film, saying he was not stirring trouble but was exercising his right to free speech.
The Pakistani spokesman rejected that.
"Distinction must be drawn between freedom of expression and license to insult," Sadiq said.The Afghans just as sophisticated as the Pakistanis also went bonkers, and ironically the 'educated' Afghans, the 'lawmakers' are calling for death and murder, after all it is islamic law so why should we be any surprised or shocked because of the primitivism of islamic laws which comprise chopping off limbs, apartheid, slavery, stonings and other stuff from a very, very , very distant past - They are wailing of course for the terrorist organization OIC and the UN to listen - It is not easy for them to deal with the infidel descendants of apes and pigs as is written in their laws, especially when the apes and pigs they make a cartoon or a movie, no wonder islam is shy to criticism.
KABUL, Afghanistan — More than 200 lawmakers shouted "Death to the enemies of Islam" during an angry demonstration outside the Afghan parliament protesting the reprinting of a cartoon of Prophet Muhammad in Denmark and an upcoming Dutch film criticizing the Quran.
The lawmakers from the upper and lower houses of parliament chanted and pounded their fists in the air, urging the Danish and Dutch governments to prevent blasphemy against Islam.
"We want the world community, the U.N. and the Organization of the Islamic Conference to react against these kinds of activities, and not allow any countries to cause such confrontations and dangerous challenges among Muslim communities," lawmaker Mohammad Saleh Suljoqi read from a statement.
Last month in a gesture of solidarity, Denmark's leading newspapers reproduced a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad after Danish police said they had uncovered a plot to kill the artist, whose drawing was one 12 cartoons that sparked deadly riots across the Muslim world in 2006.