De in Amerika wonende Ayaan Hirsi Ali gelooft niet in de antwoorden van Geert Wilders op de grote vraagstukken in het islamdebat. En de film die de PVV-leider over de Koran maakt is volgens Hirsi Ali, die zelf de film Submission maakte, provocerend.Dat zegt de oud-politicus in een interview met de Volkskrant.
Film by Mr Wilders
The Dutch government has been informed of Dutch member of parliament Geert Wilders’ plans to make a film. Wilders announced this during an interview with the Minister of Justice and the Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations on 7 November 2007.
He said that the film would convey an anti-Islam message.
The film is yet to be released and the government has shared its concerns with Mr Wilders.
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I noticed Indonesia (the largest Muslim country in the world with even closer ties to Holland) did not get the same memo. I wonder why.
Supposedly no one knows who made the poster, but if you look a little closer you'll see our famous Pakistani "Rage Boy" peeking at us way down in the corner and I'm sure you'll be able to figure out at least which part of the world it originated, not that it matters or anything.
From her self-imposed exile in Washington, Hirsi Ali last week reportedly criticized the new film as a ''provocation'' and called on the major Dutch political parties to restart a debate on immigration that has split Dutch society in recent years and not leave the field to extremists.
Wilders announced his plans last November, saying he was making a film to show the violent and fascist elements of the Muslim faith.