Sunday, April 06, 2008

More on Fitna

A few persons have complained their 56k modems aren't up to stuff for downloading movies, but whether you have a fast or slow internet connection, there's a great review of Fitna, with details and photos, at the Truth be Known website.
Geert Wilders's "Fitna: The Movie"
A Review by Acharya S
The long awaited movie from Dutch politician Geert Wilders, "Fitna," opens with a quote from the Quran/Koran, surah 8:60, in English with the Arabic on the right side. In fact, pretty much the entire movie is composed of either quotes from the Koran or from other Muslim authorities, as well as images of the murder and mayhem-- the terrorism - committed all over the place by Muslim fanatics over the past decade or so.  (Not enough time in the movie's 15 minutes to cover the countless previous atrocities committed in the name of Islam worldwide.)  Wilders himself makes no verbal comment, only a few written sentences at the end serving as a summary and call to action. It needs to be emphasized that this movie represents words from Islamic scriptures and authorities themselves, highlighted by violence and oppression that appear to have been directly caused by those words.

Go to the website for the full review.

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