Wilders Anti-Islam Sticker Met with Anger
A tweet from PVV leader Geert Wilders featuring an Anti-Islam slogan written in Arabic has drawn the ire of many on the social network. Wilders, who last week told the BBC, ”A responsible politician I believe never stirs up any problems in any society,” was showing off a bumper sticker affixed to his office door.
The sticker is designed to look like the flag of Saudi Arabia, and says, "Islam is a lie. Mohammed is a crook. The Quran is poison," reports Hart van Nederland. Wilders tweeted out an email address where the sticker may be ordered for free.
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Many responded to Wilders accusing him of being no better than the Nazis, while Twitter user Nimueh asked, "Isn't this rhetoric a bit old and boring now?"
Marina Alings asked if Wilders could "place the anti-Islam sticker on his mouth," while others asked for a reprint of the anti-Wilders stickers handed out by the group, Anti-Fascistische Actie, in 2010.