Sunday, April 06, 2008

Beyond Fitna

Fars News Agencyi The Iranian organization called 'NGO Islam and Christianity' started production of the documentary after the Dutch lawmaker displayed his movie which urges Muslims to tear out "hate-filled" verses from the Qoran and starts and finishes with an insulting cartoon of Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him). The NGO's documentary called 'Beyond Fitna' deals with incitement of violence in the Bible. Muslims believe that the book deemed holy by Christians today is a distorted version of the original Bible.
But strangle they do not have a copy of the original one. Could that be because what we have today was written before Mohammad was even born?
'Beyond Fitna' focuses on the orders given to worldwide Christians in the (distorted version of) Bible for stoking violence, committing genocide, attacking others, beheading and burning women and children who have been taken into captivity.
I hope they will cite the people commtting the violence and the bible verses they say told them to do it. I will feature that film on my blog beside Fitna, and we will see which is more accurate.
The documentary recycles film clips from crimes committed by extremist Christians under the inspirations of the said Bible teachings, and aims to provide a response to the allegations made by Pope Benedict XVI, who called Islam a religion of violence after misunderstanding certain Organic verses.

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sredliw treeg said...

Stung by a Dutch lawmaker's graphic documentary depicting barbaric acts carried out in the name of Islam and the Koran, an Iranian film organization says it is producing a counter-documentary,

http://www.BeyondFitna.co.uk

Iran's FARS news agency reports the film focuses on "orders given to worldwide Christians in the (distorted) version of the Bible for stoking violence, committing genocide, attacking others, beheading and burning women and children who have been taken into captivity."
The Iranian film announcement comes a week after far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders released his 15-minute film, "Fitna" in the Web.
The release of "Fitna" on March 28 sparked noisy protests from Islamic groups and leaders — some threatening Wilders with death — and the United Nations and several nations called for the removal of the film from video Web sites such as Google and YouTube.
FARS reports the film makers also will include segments on FOX News' Bill O'Reilly.