I guess we have to make a Muhammad movie without the Russians then….
“if there is any filmmaker out there with courage and the will and means to make an accurate film about Muhammad, contact me — I already have what we could make into a script inÂ The Truth About Muhammad.”
Hollywood chickens out:
- Hollywood Offers Sharia Compliant Movies–one fearful studio has asked an Islamic cleric to vet its script. Filmmakers are worried that fundamentalists could target cinemas where the films are playing, with one admitting: “We are even asking if we dare release anything on this subject.”
The Feds are hot and bothered:
Just remember this is about parole violations, not about suppression of free speech, justÂ ask reliable CBS leftist Dan Raviv.
Innocence of MuslimsÂ to be entered on “extremist materials” Â list
Moscow, October 1, Interfax – The ruling passed by Moscow’s Tverskoy Court, which declares the filmÂ Innocence of MuslimsÂ as extremist, will be referred to the Justice Ministry after it takes effect and entered on the federal list of extremist materials, spokesperson for the Prosecutor General’s Office Marina Gridneva toldÂ Interfax.Â
The court ruling grants a lawsuit, filed by the Prosecutor General’s Office, she said.
“A psychological and linguistic examination of a copy of the film confirmed that its content aims to incite religious hatred and enmity, and to humiliate people on the grounds of ethnicity and attitude toward religion,” Gridneva said.
- Want to make a Muhammad movie? Nigerian Muslim leader says: “Anybody plotting this will surely pay for it”–“Boko Haram chief issues threat over anti-Islam film,” by Aminu Abubakar forÂ AFP
The lawsuit was initiated after “a visual and verbal content was identified in the film that aims to portray Islam as an inferior religion,” she said.
Inferior in that they seek to rule over us?
Reports said earlier that Moscow’s Tverskoy Court declared the filmÂ Innocence of MuslimsÂ extremist on Monday, which provoked mass disturbances in many countries after it was posted on the Internet. The court banned this film in Russia at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office.
A court in Chechnya ruled at the end of last week that the broadcast of the scandalous film be suspended. The ruling was passed as a guarantee of the local Nationalities Ministry’s lawsuit requesting that the film be declared extremist. A source in the Prosecutor General’s Office toldÂ InterfaxÂ that the ruling was interim, since only the prosecutor had the right to file such a lawsuit.