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AMSTERDAM: Dutch right-wing lawmaker Geert Wilders posted on the Internet on Thursday a film he said would be critical of the Koran, despite government concerns that it will offend Muslims and cause protests.
The film was posted on his PVV party's Web site.
Wilders has called the Koran, Islam's holy book, a "fascist" book that incites violence.
His 15-minute film is called "Fitna", a Koranic term sometimes translated as "strife". Dutch broadcasters have declined to show it.
The Dutch government has distanced itself from Wilders' views and fears the film will cause protests by Muslims similar to those sparked by the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in Danish newspapers in 2006.