Sunday, March 02, 2014

The Innocence of Muslims Film

I should have downloaded it before the 9th Circuit banned it.  Does anyone know where I can get a copy of this film?

I would like to archive all films banned by the world's most hateful and murderous "religion."

Update:  Reader Horatio directed me to Liveleak where I was able to download a poor quality copy of the video, with the controversial actress removed.  It is a video of the film while playing on a television screen. It's better than nothing, but I would still like to find a quality copy of this film if anyone knows where I can get one.


Horatio said...
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Stogie Chomper said...

Thanks Horatio. Hope it works!

Always On Watch said...

I, too, have been looking for a high-quality copy.

I watched The Innocence of Muslims and, frankly, couldn't understand what all the hoopla has been about -- except for the imposition of shari'a (Muslim blasphemy laws). SNL skits are funnier and more satiric.

Meanwhile, a Muslim group says that the removal of the video isn't enough. This group wants to force Google to post videos that promote Islam. As if there aren't enough outlets for the promotion of Islam!

Stogie Chomper said...

While browsing YouTube for the video, I did notice some pro-Islam videos, one produced by the History Channel, that was an absolute travesty. It insisted that Muhammad was a gentle soul who would never hurt a flea, a veritable Mhatma Ghandi, instead of the mass-murdering, lying, thieving despotic rapist that he actually was, as described by Islam's own "sacred" texts. There will always be crazy people who think they can alter reality through wishful thinking.

Stars and Bars Forever said...

Don't bother. I saw it and it had production quality beneath that of an amateur porn film. Frankly, I had trouble understanding how people could find the message of it offensive and not the horrendous acting and convoluted plot.

Seriously. I'd rather watch Battlefield Earth than Innocence of Muslims.

Always On Watch said...

Stogie, check this out: US appeals court permits YouTube to display anti-Muslim video with changes.

The actress's appearance in the film lasted only 5 seconds, BTW.

alohasteve said...

Video: RT Anchor Quits on the Air: