AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders said on Thursday he planned to produce a follow-up film to his anti-Koran video "Fitna" to warn against the threat Islam poses to free speech and the impact of Muslim immigration.
Wilders's previous film, which was launched over the internet in March 2008 and argues that the Koran incites violence, was condemned by the Netherlands and Muslim nations, but did not spark widespread violent backlashes as initially feared.
Florida Security Council & International Free Press Society, with radio talk show celebrity Joyce Kaufman, invite you to an amazing Free Speech Summit bringing together international leaders to honor Mr. Geert Wilders, Member of Parliament / Film Maker - FITNA.
WHAT: 1st Annual - Free Speech Summit
WHEN: Monday - April 27, 6-10pm.
WHERE: Delray Beach Marriott, 10 N. Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33483
SPECIAL: International Freedom of Speech Award presented to Mr. Wilders
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