Fitna, the anti-Koran film by the Dutch politician and filmmaker Geert Wilders, doesn't break the law. Official.
That is according to the Dutch prosecution department, which has also ruled that a number of statements made by Wilders over the past few months are also within legal limits. This article in Dutch News tells us that about 40 organisations – mainly Muslim – and people complained that the short film encouraged religious hatred.
Wilders, it says, attacks Islam as a religion, and not its individual followers. You can see the film by clicking on the link below, and read previous Pink Triangle posts relating to the film here.
Hat tip: MediaWatchWatch