Initially I had used an embed code from youtube.com but they saw fit to remove it. Interesting editorial call I think given the number of Islamist snuff films available on that site. There are however videos far far more critical of Islam on youtube some of which are embedded here on the movie page. I tend to think therefore, that this was because Pat singled out the Saudis somewhat and they have a rather well fatted bureaucracy more aggressively pursuing any defamation of Saudi Arabia itself and its denizens than Disney has in case someone abuses a picture of Minnie Mouse.
In any case I went to Pat’s own blog www.patcondell.com and fetched it back for all of you
More. Oct. 3 2008 TROP managed to post this gem:
Urging the authorities to take the necessary legal action in case the website fails to erase the statements, Al-Damkhi stressed “uttering profanities against Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the worst form of human rights violation in the world. Attacks on the values and tenets of Islam are extremely dangerous and unacceptable.”
Al-Damkhi pointed out the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) strongly condemns attacks on the holy prophets and religions. He confirmed KHRS recognizes the importance of freedom of conducting scientific research, exchange of information, and significance of the latest technologies and media on human lives, but it is against how ‘YouTube’ depicts Islam. He said this is an outright violation of the human rights of millions of Muslims all over the world.