One of the greatest travelers in human history, 21 year old law student Ibn Battutah set out alone to Mecca from Tangiers in 1325 and returned to Morocco almost 30 years later. This is the ... See full summary »
In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.
This movie was directed and edited under the supervision of Geert Wilders, a Dutch right wing politician. The Dutch public broadcasting network companies refused to air it, and Wilders had declined an offer from the Moslimomroep (MO) or Muslim Broadcasting Company, who wanted to air the film in its entirety. Seeing no other options, Wilders had the film posted on Liveleak, and can now be watched on-line. See more »
Translation of the Quran most mistaken and skip the lines to prove the point of the film. See more »
It's sad that in this day and age that people have to worry about being censored or killed to point out the truth. Enlightened people are not offended by the truth. Millions of lives can be saved by pointing out dangerous things. If people knew how to prevent the spread of the Black Plague the world would be a different place. If Hitler had died as a child, the world have been spared his crimes against humanity. There is nothing more "sacred" than life itself. The difference is that some peoples lives are so terrible that all they have to hang on is some religious babble. The curse of being "right" but having no resources or "rewards" must really suck. Too bad Allah demands so much of his cattle and gives back so little in return. Any appeal to the Islamic world here would go unnoticed. The stone age has no ears for the modern man. The health and welfare of the world's society require stomping out disease in all of it's forms. Hear the truth, save humanity. Thank you for Fitna.
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