Iranian documentaries to counter Fitna
Two Iranian filmmaking groups are producing documentaries to counter the anti-Islamic video Fitna made by Dutch legislator Geert Wilders.
The films-- titled “Reply to Fitna” and “Beyond Fitna”-- aim at painting a real picture of Islam.
“By producing the Machiavellian film, Wilders has launched a campaign to achieve his political goals,” Amin Sobhi, the producer of the “Reply to Fitna” said.
The Iranian filmmakers have also voiced their readiness to engage in a debate with the Dutch lawmaker over his controversial film.
Earlier, Wilders had claimed that his attempts to engage in a debate with Muslims have failed.
Sobhi said that the documentary will be ready in the near future.
“We are also to hold an international conference under 'Reply to Fitna' in a third country to make the West more familiar with the true face of Islam," he noted.
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