Yet another Dutch politician presents a film about Islam

Interview with Mohammed Now it’s Ehsan Jami‘s turn. After Fitna, from right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders, and Submission, by former Dutch-Somali MP Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Theo van Gogh, now the young Iranian-born Dutchman Ehsan Jami has made a film about Islam.

‘An Interview with Mohammed’ is less confrontational than its predecessors. The 15-minute film shows Mr Jami interviewing the prophet Muhammed, played by an actor wearing a Bedouin headdress, his face covered by a paper mask. [video]

Netherlands: Ex-Muslim Jami Finishes Islam Film, Expects ‘Cartoon Riots’

An former Muslim in the Netherlands has made a movie documenting the violent and tyrannical nature of Mohammed.

Ehsan Jami receives dozens of death threats

Ehsan Jami, chairman of the committee for ex-Muslims, received dozens of death threats on Wednesday, according to his adviser, academic and writer Afshin Ellian. “The telephone was ringing off the hook,” Ellian said on Thursday.

Ex-Muslim in Holland to get protection after attack

The attack on Ehsan Jami caused an outcry in the Netherlands, where a filmmaker critical of Islam was murdered in an Amsterdam street three years ago, and where high-profile lawmakers have faced death threats from Islamist militants.

Ex-Muslims to Sign Freedom of Belief Declaration

Organisations of ex-Muslims in Europe are coming to Amsterdam in September to sign a declaration that Muslims must be free to renounce their faith. The move has been announced by Ehsan Jami, Labour (PvdA) council member in Voorburg and initiator of the Central Committee of Ex-Muslims in the Netherlands.

Dutch Political Party PvdA Tries to Muzzle Muslim Apostate

Labour (PvdA) has been trying to muzzle a young PvdA member who is fighting for the rights and safety of Muslim apostates. An internal memo shows that the party fears the campaign of Ehsan Jami will cause it electoral damage and enrage Muslims.
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