While all the focus is on Geert Wilders, another Dutch politician is making his own movie guaranteed to win him death threats and send Muslims into the streets burning and looting from Hamtramck to Mindanao.
I’ve mentioned Ehsan Jami previously, and VH wrote about him in a post earlier today. Jami founded an organization for ex-Muslims after being kicked out of the Labour party in the Netherlands for his apostasy from Islam. He has been physically assaulted and injured, and lives constantly under the threat of death.
But that hasn’t stopped him from making an animated cartoon about the pedophile prophet. Here’s a brief summary from Radio Netherlands:
Dutch ex-Muslim producing The Life of Muhammad
The Hague — Former Dutch Labour Party politician Ehsan Jami, the founder of the Committee of ex-Muslims, has announced that he is producing an anti-Islamic cartoon called The Life of Muhammad which will be released on the 20th of April. The film will show a sexually aroused Prophet Muhammad with his nine-year-old wife Aisha.
Members of the Muslims and government contact organisation, CMO, who have viewed a section of the film, say they will go to court in an attempt to have The Life of Muhammad banned. The organisation has described the The Life of Muhammad as totally unacceptable and extremely offensive.
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Mr Jami announced last year that he was planning to make a movie. He said the film would be shocking and even more controversial than the Danish Muhammad cartoons.
The last few months have demonstrated that insults and ridicule are definitely the most potent weapons in the counterjihad arsenal. From the Motoons through the Modoggies to Fitna and now Jami’s movie: ridiculing Muslims and exposing the absurdities of their beliefs sends them into paroxysms. It ties them up in indignant knots and draws away energy that might otherwise be expended on jihad.
Think how many AK-47s they could have bought for the price of those ads in Danish newspapers.
However, it’s a dangerous and expensive undertaking to ridicule Islam. Prominent practitioners have to live with bodyguards and pay massive legal bills to fight the lawfare mounted against them in reprisal.
All in all, though, it’s probably the safest and cheapest alternative.
Hat tip: Sugiero.