(UK) LiveLeak removes “Fitna” video due to death threats against staff
http://www.liveleak <http://www.liveleak .com/view? i=7d9_1206624103 &p=1>
.com/view?i= 7d9_1206624103& p=1thanks to OSINT

LiveLeak.com states:
“Following threats to our staff of a very serious nature, and some ill
informed reports from certain corners of the Bridtish that could directly
affect the safety of some staff members, Liveleak has been left with no
other choice but to remove Fitna from our servers. This is a sad day for
freedom of speech on the net, but we have to place the safety and well being
of our staff above all else. We would like to thank the thousands of people
from all backgrounds and religions, who gave us their support. They
realised LiveLeak.com is a vehicle for many opinions and not just for the
support of one. Perhaps there is still hope that this situation may produce
a discussion that could benefit and educate all of us as to how we can
accept one anothers culture. We stood for what we believe in, the ability
to be heard, but in the end the price was too hight.”

hat tip-http://open-source-intelligence.org

and the Dutch think Fitna is not so bad, and are now thinking that Islam is worse!

Hat tip-Janet L.

Netherlands: Dutch fear of riots drops, fear of Islam increases

Posted: 28 Mar 2008 08:11 AM CDT

TV show EenVandaag ran a survey of opinions about Wilders’ film and Islam.
44% agree with Wilders that “Islam is out to destroy Western civilization.”  88% of Wilders’ supporters think so.  
At the beginning of March 52% of the Dutch feared riots in the Netherlands and 62% expected attacks on Dutch embassies and companies abroad.  Now just 20% expect riots at home and 30% expect riots abroad.
90% thought the film exceeded their expectations.  82% says that ‘a lot of fuss was made about nothing’.  70% think the film is not insulting to Muslims.
About three quarters of those surveyed who had seen Fitna said their image of Islam did not change.  23% think of it more negatively.  Three quarters of Wilders’ followed had seen the movie in its entirety and the rest want to see it.  93% of supporters thought the film was good to very good.
The study was conducted among 10,000 member of the EenVandaag opinion panel.  

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