Netherlands: No Cartoon-Flick on the Life of Muhammad (for now)

Dutch Pressure Stops Anti-Islam Film

* The ummah is jubilant: the self-censorship of the Dhimmi-Dutch and the world wide back flips in the Dar-al Harb by intimidated, cowardly governments has encouraged the soldiers of Allah to demand more censorship.

* The government of the Netherlands is loath to face another firestorm like the one brought on by Fitna, and has squeezed Ehsan Jami hard enough to persuade him not to release his planned animated cartoon about the Prophet’s pedophilic marriage to Aisha.

Dutch Pressure Stops Anti-Islam Film

From Islam Online


Jami, a former Muslim of Iranian origin, has decided not to release his cartoon film as expected on April 20.

Thanks to the intervention of the Dutch government, a second anti-Islam movie will not see the light, at least for now.

“I can confirm that Mr Ehsan Jami has decided not to broadcast his controversial film,” Ayhan Tunja, a member of the Muslim Coordinating Council of the Netherlands, told Tuesday, April 1, over the phone.

“He has announced his decision on Dutch television,” he added.

Jami, a former Muslim of Iranian origin, told the Netwrek TV show he has decided not to release his cartoon film, The Life of Muhammad, as expected on April 20.

The film would have reportedly shows a sexually aroused prophet.

A clip from the film aired on a Dutch television channel last week showed a man said to be the prophet in the company of a 9-year-old wife on their way to a mosque to allegedly deflower his bride.


Jami said Justice Minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin has talked to him about repercussions of the film release on social harmony and coexistence in the Netherlands as well as it national interests.

“The minister told Mr Jami he will be responsible for what happens,” said Tunja.

The European country is already embroiled in a controversy regarding a documentary by far-right lawmaker Geert Wilders portraying the Qur’an as inciting violence.

Pleased Muslims


Muslims thanks Minister Ballin for his intervention.

The leaders of the Muslim minority, estimated at nearly one million, welcomed the new development.

“I’m pleased that Mr Jami has decided to listen to the minister’s advise. It is a wise decision,” said Tunja.

* “Shut up or else…we cannot guarantee your safety….”

So the government of the Netherlands, the leadership of a sovereign European state, has declared that people who perpetrate violence are not responsible for their behavior. Has it really come to this?

Notice has now been given: cartoonists are to be held responsible for the destructive and murderous behavior of religious zealots.

Total dhimmitude has now arrived in Holland:

He was particularly thankful for the government for its swift intervention in the issue.

“We were planning a meeting with the justice minister to make it clear that Mr Jami’s film was totally unacceptable and would trigger violence across the world,” the Muslim activists told IOL.

“We are very pleased that the minister acted fast even before our meeting.”

Tunja noted that the government could not have done the same with MP Wilders.

“These are two different cases,” he said.

“Nobody saw or knew the content of Mr Wilders documentary in advance and that’s why the government could do nothing,” explained the Muslim activist.

“But segments of Mr Jami’s cartoon were shown on TV and that’s why the government was able to complaint that its content was unacceptable,” he added.

“This is how freedom of expression works in the Netherlands.”

The government has reportedly distanced itself from Wilders and tried unsuccessfully to convince him not to broadcast the film.

The 15-minute documentary, entitled “Fitna,” an Arabic word for sedition or strife, intersperses images of terror attacks with verses from the Qur’an.

It has being dawning condemnations from across the world since its release on Thursday.

Rallies have been staged in several Muslim capitals to protest the insult to the Muslims’ holy book.

A leading Malaysian Muslim supermarket chain has called for a boycott of Dutch products in protest.

Dutch businesses have already threatened to sue Wilders if his film led to an economic boycott of their products.

* Thanks to Baron Bodissey


3 thoughts on “Netherlands: No Cartoon-Flick on the Life of Muhammad (for now)”

  1. * Total dhimmitude has now arrived in Holland:

    Reminiscent of the Soviet Union & East Germany, but sites like this continue in the
    tradition of samizdat in allowing voices of opposition to be heard.

  2. There is now a new development in the land of tolerance, The Kingdom of the Netherlands. A cartoonist, Gregorius Nekschot has been arrested and confined to jail for a day and a half for drawing cartoons critical of multiculturalism in general and Islam in particular. Some of his drawings depict explicit scenes of Aisha and her much older husband. In his case it is no use to prohibit his work since it has been proliferated in thousands of servers and pc’s all over the Netherlands.

  3. You bloody asshole. you bloody anti-Islamics. you think you will get away of you doings? never. let me tell you why Netherlands govt doesn’t attempt to make us upset. one of the reason that you assholes are still are ripping off the developing countries natural resources such Shell. So, the giant Shell doesn’t want to spoil their relationship with the muslim nations. You don’t want to end up as it happened with Danish products in the muslim world. Stop you fucking shits on mulsim world and stay cool rather than raising your shits on others.

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