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Beyond Fitna goes online

29th May 2008, Comments3 comments

An Iranian film made in response to Geert Wilders’ film can be viewed on the internet from Thursday.

29 May 2008

THE NETHERLANDS - Beyond Fitna, an Iranian film made in response to Geert Wilders' film Fitna, is now finished and can be viewed on the internet from Thursday.

A spokesperson for the Iranian organisation 'Islam and Christendom', which produced the film, said Beyond Fitna honours all monotheistic religions, and is a response to what he called anti-Islamic propaganda by western extremists.

Beyond Fitna will be available in Farsi, Arabic and English, from Islam and Christendom's web site, and also from You Tube and Google.

Dutch politician Geert Wilders, leader of the Party for Freedom, released the anti-Koran film Fitna in March. Several demonstrations and condemnations by Islamic countries ensued, but not the anticipated riots.

[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]

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  • 30th May 2008, 03:32:23 Tutsi posted:
    See the shit online at: http://www.tutsi.de/beyond-fitna-irans-antwort-zum-film-fitna/2008/05/29/tutsi-blog-aktuell/
  • 30th May 2008, 22:14:25 Ladywolfnl posted:
    Oopsy! They have to update the video---They show churches in iran---actually it is against the law to convert to Christianity or own a Bible--
  • 4th June 2008, 22:28:29 Louis Sherman posted:
    If this is shown on dutch TV,Then you have to show Fitna as well They are both propaganda films that visualy confuse the facts.

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