Oriana Fallaci also compared the Qur’an to Mein Kampf, as I wrote about in a 2005 article. The Wilders case could backfire badly on the smooth Islamic supremacist thugs of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, and their Dutch dhimmi puppets. They are hoping to silence criticism of Islam, and yet the trial could show the world the contents of the Qur’an that encourage violence and supremacism — exactly the portions that they are trying so hard to cover up.
“Stop the Trial of Geert Wilders: A Dutch court is forced to compare Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ and the Quran,” by Leon De Winter in the Wall Street Journal, January 26 (thanks to all who sent this in):
[…] More importantly, Mr. Wilders’s prosecution may in the end inadvertently create a crisis between the Netherlands and the Islamic world. On trial is not so much Geert Wilders, but the Holy Book of Islam. On Jan. 20, the first day of the case, Mr. Wilders’s defense team presented the court with a list of expert witnesses. It is indicative of his strategy. The expert witnesses, a group of internationally renowned academics on the one hand and, on the other, radical Islamists (among them Mohammed Bouyeri, the killer of Theo van Gogh, and the influential Iranian Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi, an outspoken anti-Semite and religious mentor of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinedjad), are requested to testify about the Quran’s message and Mr. Wilders’s comparison of the Quran to “Mein Kampf.” As Mr. Wilders stated on the first and, so far only, session in court, if his statements about the Quran and “Mein Kampf” are correct, he cannot be convicted for telling the truth. So Mr. Wilders’s defense team will concentrate on the extreme and violent paragraphs in the Quran, and compare them to paragraphs in “Mein Kampf.”
The prosecution did not object to calling the witnesses for the purpose of shedding light on the Quran and “Mein Kampf” and only objected to the high number of witnesses named (17). The court will thus most likely allow most witnesses on the list to testify. Without doubt, there are many anti-Jewish remarks in the Quran. According to some researchers, there may be more of these in the Quran than in “Mein Kampf.” So it is quite conceivable that the court will judge that Geert Wilders was within his right to compare the Quran to “Mein Kampf.” Anything is possible in this absurd trial….