Dutch lawmaker plans to make a sequel to his anti-Islamic film

April 16, 2009 13:55


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Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders plans to make a sequel to the anti-Islamic movie "Fitna" that sparked protests among Muslims around the world last year. In an interview with Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf published on Thursday, Wilders said the film will likely come out next year. Wilders said the new movie will be different from "Fitna," the film he released on the Internet that coupled images of terror attacks with verses from the Quran, calling it "the next phase." Wilders leads the Freedom Party, which has nine lawmakers in the 120-seat Dutch Parliament. He was banned from visiting Britain in February because the government deemed him a threat to "community harmony and therefore public security."

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