Letting Go of God is a humorous monologue by Julia Sweeney chronicling her search for God. She begins in the Catholic church, the religion her family raised her in, and takes a Bible study ... See full summary »
Awaiting their inevitable deaths at one of the worst concentration camps, a group of Jews make a rabbinical court to decide whether G-d has went against the holy covenant and if He is the one guilty for their suffering.
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 »
Instead of Mohammed Bouyeri, the killer of Dutch filmmaker 'Theo van Gogh', this movie shows a parody of a news photograph featuring Dutch rapper Salah Edin. See more »
I do not believe that such a blatant piece of hate-mongering can be accepted by anyone. I myself do not hold any religious beliefs but find it astounding that Geert Wilder tried to say that Islam was evil, whilst in the same sentence saying that we should all adopt "christian, Jewish and humanistic values". Humanistic values would be great if we all took them on board but they have nothing to do with Christianity, Islam, or any other religion as they all promote segregation and stop us all from uniting as people. I don't hate particular race, religion, colour or person. I just despise the way we have forgotten who we all are at heart: People. One and the same. Religion only serves to separate what was once a collective consciousness.
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