Muslims protest film for second day in Indonesia

Indonesian Muslims called Tuesday for the death of a Dutch politician for making a film that alleges Islam is an inspiration for violence. The demands came at a protest outside the Dutch Embassy in the capital, Jakarta. "Islam is a holy religion," Shodiq Ramadan told around 50 protesters who shouted in agreement. "Those who have insulted it deserve to be sentenced to death." Anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders released the 15-minute film over the Internet last week. It intersperses scenes of recent terror attacks with versus from the Quran, Islam's holy book, and speeches from Islamic extremists calling for attacks on non-Muslims. The film ends with an appeal for Muslims to rip out sections of the Quran it says promote violence.