Mosques open doors after Wilders' film

21st January 2008, Comments 2 comments

All Moroccan mosques in the Netherlands will open their doors to the public, particularly native Dutch, on the day that Geert Wilders releases his film on the Koran.

21 January 2008

RIJSWIJK – All Moroccan mosques in the Netherlands will open their doors to the public, particularly native Dutch, on the day that Geert Wilders releases his film on the Koran.

Spokesperson for the National Council of Moroccans (LBM) Brahim Bourzik said this on Monday. "Either on the day itself or the day immediately following." The Moroccan organisations also want to organise a demonstration together with other Muslim and non-Muslims organisations shortly after the film is released.

These are a few of the outcomes of a meeting on Sunday of 225 representatives of the Moroccan community throughout the Netherlands. The LBM will hold a press conference on Monday to talk about its plans.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2008]

Subject: Dutch news

2 Comments To This Article

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  • Bob posted:

    on 22nd January 2008, 00:17:45 - Reply

    I sure hope your government isnt as blind as mine(US) about Islam I have many muslim friends but there is no denying the Qur'an and the Hadithes preach violence to anyone not muslim, I recomend a book called Islamic Invasion by Dr. Robert Morey he shows what Islam has done to the world and how they do it.