Monday, 10 December 2012
Trailer: The Innocent Prophet

This film is going to be released online on Friday. The movie's maker, Imran Firasat, has received word from the Spanish government informing him that if he or Stand Up America Now continue on and release the film on December 14 in Madrid Spain, then his residency status will be revoked. He will be detained, locked in prison under the excuse of being a danger to national security, then deported back to Pakistan where he would be killed because he is facing a death sentence due to his criticism of Islam.

Posted on 12/10/2012 5:17 AM by Rebecca Bynum
10 Dec 2012
Send an emailjewdog

  Spain had the Inquisition. Come to think of it, Sharia and the Inquisition are pretty similar.

10 Dec 2012
Send an emailJohn

The cowardly reaction of  the spanish authorities is pretty much all we can expect from any western gov't.

Starting with the incident involving Salman Rushdie we've slowly been conditioned to accommodate Islam's threats and intimidations

10 Dec 2012

 In anticipation  of the movie's release, I set out to document the main points made in the trailer and press releases.   My post can be found here: