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Web site of Dutch anti-Islam film is suspended
by The Associated Press
AMSTERDAM: The Web site on which the Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders was promoting his film, which is said to be critical of the Koran, has been suspended by its U.S. hosting service.
The site formerly showed the film's title, "Fitna" ("Coming Soon"), and an image of a gilded Koran. Now it shows a note that the U.S. company, Network Solutions, is investigating whether the site violates its terms of service.
"Network Solutions has received a number of complaints regarding this site that are under investigation," the note said.
The company could not immediately be reached for comment. Its terms of service contain a sweeping prohibition against "objectionable material of any kind or nature."
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