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Allegations of "incitement" increasingly used to attempt to quash criticism of Islam
by Marisol Seibold
As reported in this story, a Muslim's written complaint against Geert Wilders at his trial today claimed that "My family and I no longer feel safe in the Netherlands," because of his criticism of Islam and of Muslim communities' conduct while living in the West, and because of his film, Fitna.
The claim seems like a far-fetched sob story, but it was nonetheless part of a presentation intended to represent broader Muslim opinion in order to sway the court against Wilders. And it is part of a larger trend than this court case.
Indeed, as one recalls the past few months, there has been a detectable change in approach among Islam's spokespeople and apologists.
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