Watch Geert Wilders' controversial fifteen-minute film, Fitna:
In Robert Spencer's excellent book, Stealth Jihad, he makes the following points about Fitna:
1. "Fitna" means upheaval or discord in Arabic.
2. The film visually links Islamic teachings with violence.
3. Many Muslims around the world objected to this film by protesting and demanding the violent death of Wilders because that's what their Islamic teachings tells them to do.
4. The film is mostly scenes of Muslims committing violence interspersed with quotes from the Qur'an giving clear commands to commit just such violence, and clips of modern-day Jihadis justifying their acts of violence with references to the Qur'an's clear commands.
5. Oddly enough, by doing this film, Geert Wilders is labeled a hate-monger. Yet the ones doing the hating on the film are the Muslims themselves. No wonder this film bothers them so much. As Spencer wrote, "It was not Wilders, but the many Muslims he shows in his film, who link Islam with violence. And that link has already been made innumerable times around the world — by Islamic jihad warriors, not by non-Muslim 'Islamophobes.'"