Innocence of Muslims

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Innocence of Muslims</ref>|group=note}}</ref>|group=note}} is the title attributed to an anti-Islamic movie "trailer" that was written and produced by Nakoula Basseley Nakoula. The 14 minute video clips were initially uploaded to YouTube in July 2012, under the titles The Real Life of Muhammad and Muhammad Movie Trailer. Videos dubbed in the Arabic language were uploaded during early September 2012. Anti-Islamic content had been added in post production by dubbing, without the actors' knowledge.

What was perceived as denigrating of the prophet Muhammad caused demonstrations and violent protests against the video to break out on September 11 in Egypt and spread to other Arab and Muslim nations and to some western countries. The protests have led to hundreds of injuries and over 50 deaths. Fatwas have been issued against the video's participants and a Pakistani minister has offered a bounty for the killing of the producer Nakoula. The film has sparked debates about freedom of speech and internet censorship.

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• The Almanac for Nov. 28, the 333rd day of 2016

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