World Bulletin / News Desk
Far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who produced the controversial anti-Islam film 'Fitna', has been invited to speak in Melbourne, Australia on Friday to welcome a new anti-Islam party, the Australian Liberty Alliance.
He will speak at a conference called “Islam-critical”, which was organized by the Q Society, in order to bring together people who are “concerned about the march of Islam into many western democracies,” according to Q Society’s spokesman, Andrew Horwood.
American bloggers Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, who like Geert Wilders were also banned from entering the UK after being invited to speak to English Defence League members, will also be on the panel.
Wilders' former friend and aide Arnoud van Doorn, who co-produced the film 'Fitna', earlier this week announced the establishment of a new Islamic party in Holland, after he accepted Islam last year upon looking into the religion.Last Mod: 06 Mart 2014, 14:45