Geert Wilders Warning to America

September 24, 2009

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Our Mission

September 24, 2009

The Mission of the David Horowitz Freedom Center  – Philadelphia is to defend America’s free society through educating the public to preserve traditional constitutional values of: * Individual Freedom * Rule of Law * Private Property * Limited Government “If to be free is the most important goal of all, then to help someone else to be or to become free must be the most sublime and rewarding of human endeavors.” —Elie Wiesel, Nobel Laureate

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Defending Free Speech and Geert Wilders

September 23, 2009
Defending Free Speech and Geert Wilders

The Philadelphia Freedom Center presents Defending Free Speech and Geert Wilders A European freedom fighter and his short film, FITNA The Philadelphia Freedom Center is honored to host an afternoon with Mr. Geert Wilders at his first public appearance in Philadelphia. Mr. Wilders is one of the world’s most outspoken voices against radical Islam, for freedom and in defense of western civilization. Mr. Wilders, a parliamentary member in the Netherlands, is Europe’s most eloquent defender of free speech and most outspoken voice regarding the threat of radical Islam. Mr. Wilder’s short film, FITNA, will be screened. He describes this film as “a call to shake off the creeping tyranny of Islamization.” Under 24 hour protection and relentless personal threats, Mr. Wilders cannot be silenced. Net proceeds from the afternoon will go to the Geert Wilders Legal Defense Fund. Event Details Thursday, October 22, 2009 Union League Club 140 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19102 11:00 a.m. Registration 11:30…

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About

September 23, 2009

David Horowitz began the Center for the Study of Popular Culture in 1988 to establish a conservative presence in Hollywood and show how popular culture had become a political battleground. Over the next 18 years, CSPC attracted 50,000 contributing supporters and established programs such as The Wednesday Morning Club, the Individual Rights Foundation, and Students for Academic Freedom. FrontPage Magazine, the Center’s online journal of news and political commentary has 1.5 million visitors and 620,000 unique visitors a month (65 million hits) and is linked to over 2000 other websites. DiscoverTheNetworks.com, launched in 2005, is the largest publicly accessible database defining the chief groups and individuals of the Left and their organizational interlocks. DTN has had more than 8 million visitors so far this year. Since 2003, the Center has promoted an Academic Bill of Rights to support students’ academic freedom, and free the American university from political indoctrination and renew its commitment to true intellectual diversity. In…

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'Fitna': Dutch leader's anti-Islam film brings strife

September 22, 2009

MARCH 2008 Far-right politician Geert Wilders’s latest attempt to air the controversial video has been delayed by US-based website host Network by: Robert Marquand  |  Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor -  from the March 26, 2008 edition The Hague – It’s a lurking provocation in Europe’s sometimes rocky encounter with its burgeoning Muslim population: For months, a popular, flamboyant far-right Dutch party leader has been preparing an incendiary film about Islam rumored to contain lurid scenes of execution and a flaming Koran. With his flashy dyed platinum hair and his 24-hour security protection, Geert Wilders routinely compares the Koran to Hitler’s “Mein Kampf,” says almost all terrorists are Muslims, and advocates deporting Islamic clerics. So it isn’t surprising that the short film – which has yet to secure an outlet that will air it – is being compared to Danish cartoons of the prophet Muhammad that sparked global Muslim riots two years ago. Iran and Pakistan…

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Islam film Dutch MP to be charged

September 22, 2009

JANUARY 2009 A Dutch court has ordered prosecutors to put a right-wing politician on trial for making anti-Islamic statements. Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders made a controversial film last year equating Islam with violence and has likened the Koran to Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. “In a democratic system, hate speech is considered so serious that it is in the general interest to… draw a clear line,” the court in Amsterdam said. Mr Wilders said the judgement was an “attack on the freedom of expression”. “Participation in the public debate has become a dangerous activity. If you give your opinion, you risk being prosecuted,” he said. Not only he, but all Dutch citizens opposed to the “Islamisation” of their country would be on trial, Mr Wilders warned. “Who will stand up for our culture if I am silenced?” he added. “Incitement” The three judges said that they had weighed Mr Wilders’s “one-sided generalisations” against his right to free speech,…

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