Statement in Response to Protests in Egypt and Libya, and our involvement in the film, Innocence of Muslims
September 12, 2012
We have been contacted by the producer of the film, ‘Innocence of Muslims’, to help distribute it.
The film is not intended to insult the Muslim community, but it is intended to reveal truths about Muhammad that are possibly not widely known. The examination of his life, as we have done through International Judge Muhammad Day, through this type of close examination, it is very clear that God did not influence him in the writings of the Koran. The fruits of the religion speak for themselves. For example the recent outbreak of violence and deaths is not because of the film, it is not because of the activities that we have done and that we will continue to do. These types of violent activities must be totally rejected. These people must be held accountable. It again shows the true nature of Islam. Islam does not tolerate criticism of Muhammad, the Koran or Sharia. Because of their fear of criticism, knowing that if Islam and the Koran were closely examined, Muhammad and the Koran will be revealed for what it is, a lie and a deception.
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Published on Sep 11, 2012 by StandUpAmericaNow
Published on Sep 12, 2012 by StandUpAmericaNow