A Pakistani lawmaker said Sunday he will fund a movie to rebut an anti-Quran film made by a Dutch politician that has drawn strong condemnation in the Islamic world. The Dutch movie - "Fitna" or "ordeal" in Arabic - juxtaposes verses from the Quran, Islam's holy book, with images of the terror attacks on New York, Madrid and elsewhere, and shows footage of imams saying Islam should dominate the world. Pakistani Sen. Babar Awan said his film will "answer the malicious propaganda." "This film will show Quran's world view. This film will show Quran's concept of humanity. This film will show how important human life is," Awan said at a news conference.