Skip to comments.New anti-islam Dutch cartoon movie shows Muhammad sexually assaulting 8-year old girl Aicha
Posted on 03/27/2008 8:02:23 AM PDT by drzz
Iranian-born Ehsan Jami, former Labour Party politician and founder of the Committee of ex-Muslims, has announced he will publish an Islam-critic cartoon movie called "The Life of Muhammad".
Ehsan Jami decided to reject Islam after the 9/11 terror attacks. Since then he has defended the right of religious freedom, with the usual consequences:
Ehsan Jami, the committees founder, who rejected Islam after the attack on the twin towers in 2001, has become the most talked-about public figure in the Netherlands. He has been forced into hiding after a series of death threats and a recent attack.
The threats are taken seriously after the murder in 2002 of Pim Fortuyn, an antiimmigration politician, and in 2004 of Theo Van Gogh, an antiIslam film-maker. His cartoon film, expected to be released on the 20th of April, is apparently even more controversial than the dreaded Muhammad cartoons: Former Dutch Labour Party politician Ehsan Jami, the founder of the Committee of ex-Muslims, has announced that he is producing an anti-Islamic cartoon called The Life of Muhammad which will be released on the 20th of April. The film will show a sexually aroused Prophet Muhammad with his nine-year-old wife Aisha. And to the courts they go (give'em credit, at least that's a civilized reaction): Members of the Muslims and government contact organisation, CMO, who have viewed a section of the film, say they will go to court in an attempt to have The Life of Muhammad banned. The organisation has described the The Life of Muhammad as totally unacceptable and extremely offensive. Offensive for Muslims, not for non-Muslims.
I'd like to see that movie. I consider I have a right to get an opportunity to understand Ehsan Jami's point of view of the founder the Religion of Peace.
"If all printers were determined not to print anything till they were sure it would offend nobody, there would be very little printed." Benjamin FRANKLIN
Exit question: Will he ever be able to broadcast it?
Update: The Dutch PM is going to be busy writing letters for the next couple of months: Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende has written a letter to Indonesia's largest Muslim organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) in which he says that the views presented in the anti-Qur'an film of populist leader Geert Wilders do not represent those of the Dutch government.
Mr Balkenende says the Dutch authorities cannot ban the film since it has never been broadcast. However the Justice Ministry will take steps once the film has been released if there are valid reasons to do so. Update: Via Expatica: Netwerk showed a drawing from the film, which is entitled The Life of Mohammed. The drawing shows the prophet Mohammed in the company of his 9-year-old wife Aisa. The prophet is on his way to a mosque to deflower his bride. Screenshot of the drawing from the cartoon movie (via Netwerk.tv news, see the link below):
LOL! Well, that should change their minds about destroying the infidel and taking over the world...
Anyhoo... I'll be waiting for the RoP response to the new “Life of mohammad” cartoon with their “prophet” and Ayesha.
Hopefully it will “promote awareness” on the subject. ;oP
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