Amid public outrage, a right-wing Dutch lawmaker has run into a new problem in his relentless quest to market his anti-Koran film: His US-based network provider has suspended service, AP reports. Network Solutions pulled the plug on Geert Wilders, who insists his 15-minute film will expose Islam's holy book as "fascist," saying the site may violate its terms of service.
“How many ways are there left for me to be worked against?” complained Wilders, who lives under police protection due to death threats. “If necessary, I’ll go hand out DVDs personally” in Amsterdam’s central square. But the Dutch may not be receptive. Thousands flocked to the square yesterday to protest Wilders’ film before its March 31 release date.