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This is regarding the latest controversial hate movie produced in America. American government is investigating the profile of the man who produced this. However, there are also serious doubts that it might have been the handiwork of some terrorist organizations somewhat similar to the recent blasphemy case in Pakistan accusing an uneducated Christian girl where the police revealed it was a frame up by an Imam. Nothing could be ruled out in the shady world of terrorism. Your views please?

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Asked by Good Citizen, 16 Sep '12 02:21 pm
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I do not know what the makers of this movie were trying to achieve. It is the most stupid thing to hurt the religious sentiments of people in this manner.
Religion is about faith and not about what really happened in history. Every religion, including mine, has its share of beliefs which might not stand up to historical scrutiny. For example, take the case of Setusamudram, the sea that separates India, from Sri Lanka. Even if it is proved scientifically and historically that this is not the bridge that was built by the army of Lord Ram, my faith in Lord Ram being a manifestation of the one and only Divine Master of the universe, will not be diminished.
None of us was present at those points of time in history when the various events related to various religions took place. So, to put forward one's negative personal interpretation by making a movie and putting it on public domain should be treated as crime.
Answered by Vikram, 16 Sep '12 02:57 pm

 
  
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So another internet clever-clogs sets the Middle East on fire: Prophet cartoons, then Koranic book-burning, now a video of robed "terrorists" and a fake desert. The Western-Christian perpetrators then go into hiding (an essential requisite for publicity) while the innocent are asphyxiated, beheaded and otherwise done to death outrageous Muslim revenge thus "proving" the racist claims of the trash peddlers that Islam is a violent religion.

The provocateurs, of course, know that politics and religion dont mix in the Middle East. They are the same. Christopher Stevens, his diplomat colleagues in Benghazi, priests in Turkey and Africa, UN personnel in Afghanistan; they have all paid the price for those Christian priests, cartoonists, film-makers and authors the inverted commas are necessary to mark a thin line between illusionists and the real thing who knowingly choose to provoke 1.6 billion Muslims.

When a Danish cartoon in a hitherto unknown newspaper drew a picture of the Pro ...more
Answered by z, 16 Sep '12 02:31 pm

 
  
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Washington: The inflammatory anti-Islam film that has led to protests across the Muslim world was produced by a US-based religious group called Media for Christ and was reportedly directed by a pornographer.

The man apparently behind the film, Innocence of Muslims, is a US-based Egyptian Copt and fraudster who may have violated his parole, American officials said. According to news 24, the film was directed by 65-year-old Alan Roberts, a veteran who has made porn films like Young Lady Chatterley II and Karate Cop.

The film was promoted by a network of right-wing Coptic and Evangelical Christians with a radical anti-Muslim agenda, like Egyptian American provocateur Morris Sadek and Terry Jones, a Florida pastor notorious for publicly burning a Quran, the report said.


The film has amateurish production values, with actors who wear laughable false beards appearing to hover weightlessly in front of stock desert footage. But its depiction of the Prophet Muhammad as a thuggish ...more
Answered by MIKE, 16 Sep '12 08:00 pm

 
  
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Every muslim loves Mohammad and Jesus Christ ,no one of Muslims will make cartoons of the Prophets of God

it is the saME FORCES that faked wmd's and then went on to destroy Iraq and killl million of people on this rumour , meanwhile same group made cartoons of Prophet in denmark and write anti -islam derogatory stuff every day
may God give them knowledge and humanity
Answered by confusion, 16 Sep '12 02:56 pm

 
  
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Nothing concrete has yet come out.The possibility of some vested interests can not be ruled out.In the recent past some Sms originated from Pakistan to create fear in the minds of the North Eastern people of the country.These wicket people r capable of doing any thing for creating problems for others.However,I would wait for the report before airing my view.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 16 Sep '12 02:26 pm

 
  
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Is it not clear whether the film was made by an Israeli living in America or a Coptic Christian originally from Egypt based in US. Or is it actually some Terror outfit behind it.
Followers of these three religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam (called the Semitic religions collectively) are creating all the problems on this Good Earth.
Either they should call a summit meeting and talk to each other, or they should stop talking about each other and making films and cartoons about each others religions and religious heads. The rest of the world is fed up of the antics and shenanigans of these BIG Three.
I don't know what God is doing up there?
Answered by QueSera Sera, 16 Sep '12 02:51 pm

 
  
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Does a single movie can end a religion
Answered by vinay, 16 Sep '12 02:25 pm

 
  
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Why react in violent manner reay one can sue them but Muslims react in violent manner always
Answered by Kalpana Roy, 16 Sep '12 02:23 pm

 
  
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Norway supreme court announced quantumon of punishment for mass killing is 21 yrs. jail on 24 August 2012. Andres wanted to attract the world attention and especially Christian world for pure Christian rule in Europe. For his dream Andres sketched full plan and charter of 5100 pages out of which he wrote about Indian saffron brigade plan of Muslims ethnic cleansing in 102 pages. He mention 324 times about jews and 359 times about Israiles. The Norway court punished Andres Breverik for 21 yrs. of jail
Answered by TRUTH SEEKER, 16 Sep '12 03:46 pm

 
  
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