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Fitna is really bad film

Written by eastern writer on Sunday, March 30, 2008

Fitna, an anti-Islam film by Dutch politician Geerth Wilders has provoked a racial sentiment to moslem around the world. In this film, Wilders want to show that Qur'an has threatened democracy. The release of a controversial anti-Islam film on March 28, had been expected to cause turmoil among Muslims in the Netherlands and abroad.

Indonesian religious leaders rejected that film to be featured in Indonesia, saying it was offensive to Muslims. A section of Muslims in Mumbai also has asked the Government to ban the controversial film.

Malaysia's former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has called on Muslims around the world to boycott Dutch products. However many Muslim countries reacted more calmly to the film.

The refusal to Fitna not only comes from moslem country, but also from international community. This is very ironic when Wilders said that he was threatened by radical moslem and imigrants in his country, but at the same time he provoke moslem with racial issues. He speak on the name "democracy", in fact he has threatened the true democration.

This film was really really bad. The basic fundamental is that no religion of the world neither promote terrorism nor hatred. This film show how the author did not understand or have failed to understand with right spirit.

Last but not least, moslem around the world do not need to do any anarchies in respond to this issue. Voltaire, French philosopher said "I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it".

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