Written by INN
April 9, 2008
(IsraelNN.com) A Dutch court has upheld a conservative's legislator's right to express his opinion of Islam's violent tendencies in a film that sparked a wave of Islamic rage. The Islamic Federation sought to ban the film.
The court ruled that the film, Fitna, does not incite to hatred. In rejecting the petition by the Islamic Federation to ban the film, the judge said that although Member of Parliament Geert Wilders' comments might be provocative, they did not break the law.
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