Dutch lawmaker asks for donations to fund release of anti-Quran film

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March 26, 2008 19:20

 
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A Dutch lawmaker says he needs money to fund the release of his anti-Quran film. Geert Wilders says he is facing "enormous costs" after making the film and running into hurdles with publishing it. No television stations are willing to air it, and his US hosting provider Network Solutions, has barred him from publishing it on a Web site. The exact contents of the movie are unknown, but Wilders has said it will underscore his view that Islam's holy book is "fascist." He had planned to release the film this week. Dutch officials fear the movie could spark violent protests in Muslim countries.

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