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Nakoula Nakoula Is Out Of Jail, Shopping A Book

From CNN:

Producer of anti-Islam film on supervised release from prison

By Bill Mears | August 7, 2013

(CNN) — Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man allegedly behind the inflammatory film "Innocence of Muslims," has been granted supervised release from a federal prison, according to the U.S. Justice Department. Bureau of Prisons records show the 56-year-old Nakoula is at an undisclosed halfway house in Southern California.

CNN wouldn’t want to make it hard for some Muslim killers to find him.

He technically remains in federal custody, but the tentative release means he can leave the facility for a few hours a day. Until recently, he had been held behind bars at a correctional institution in Anthony, Texas. Nakoula is due to be formally freed next month, according to records…

This is not much of a reduction in his jail time, since Mr. Nakoula was sentence to a year behind bars back in September. Thanks to Eric Holder’s terribly swift justice.

Meanwhile, he has been talking to the Daily Caller:

Imprisoned ‘Innocence of Muslims’ producer Nakoula Nakoula: ‘I want the world to see the truth’

By Charles C. Johnson | August 5, 2013

In an exclusive interview following his supervised release from prison, the filmmaker behind “Innocence of Muslims” told The Daily Caller that he “has no regrets” and promises more films and books about Islam…

“The first reason I am writing this book is to tell the world we never forget our heroes and the second reason is to tell [everyone] that I’m not afraid,” Nakoula writes in a foreword obtained exclusively by The Daily Caller. “I want the world to see the truth,” Nakoula told TheDC over the phone.

Despite his bluster, we suspect he will never blame Mr. Obama or Mrs. Clinton for any of his problems.

The interview was arranged after multiple letters to his former prison in El Paso, Texas. Nakoula is currently targeted with assassination from several Muslim clerics, including the head of Hezbollah, who have put fatwas on his head. He spoke from an undisclosed location in Southern California.

Don’t worry, our media watchdogs will rat him out.

Nakoula is upset that his film has been blamed for causing the Benghazi terrorist attack. His book is dedicated to both the victims of Benghazi and of terrorism around the world.

“Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty and to every son who has lost his father, every mother or father who has their son, every person all over the world [who] lost his life or [was] injured because of the terrorism culture,” Nakoula writes in his foreword. “I would like to tell you you’re not forgotten.” …

The U.S. State Department and the White House, which characterize [his] amateur video [about Mohammed] as “hate speech” or “Islamophobic” have pressured Google to remove the trailer for Nakoula’s film.

Nakoula hopes to complete the film and has made storyboards of other scenes that he hopes to include, showing Mohammed on jihad and engaging in sex acts — all based, he told TheDC, on Islamic books and evidence from the time period…

Nakoula did not want to respond to specific allegations, but pointed out that directors and filmmakers always have final creative control on the material.

Yes, that is one of Hollywood’s most sacred tenets.

He also disputed characterizations of his film as anti-Muslim. He says it is against the terrorism culture so often expressed in the Islamic world. The film is “more political than religious,” he explained. Nakoula claimed to draw on more than “a thousand books written by Islamic scholars and a lifelong study” of Islam in Egypt to make each scene.

“I have many Muslim friends,” Nakoula told TheDC. “They do not believe in terrorism culture like many others. We have to keep fighting against this culture to protect our future generations and our civilization. This war does not use weapons but minds. … I am talking about how much the world will suffer because of this culture if we do not stop it as soon as possible.”

Nakoula described himself as “proud” for having written his script, which he is now turning into a book.

“If I could go back I would do it again. I would love to see this world free of this culture. I need your support. I am hoping the person who believes in death culture watches my movie or reads my book.”

The person “who believes in this culture” believes the only way he can go to paradise is by “bombing himself inside innocent people,” he said. “It does not matter old or young, children or adults. He wants to get killed and go directly to river of milk, river of honey, river of wine and 72 virgin women,” Nakoula writes in his foreword. “This makes me believe the guys that did 9/11 were in a hurry to go to heaven more than hitting the U.S.A.”

The book is still being written with the help of his son, Nakoula told TheDC. Nakoula lacks an agent and has begun shopping it around to publishers himself. He may publish it as an e-book.

Nakoula believes future terrorist attacks could be stopped if Muslim fanatics read his book or watch his movie.

“I wish that [Army Maj. Nidal] Hasan, before he killed [12] American soldiers [and one civilian] at an American base, watched my movie or read my book.

Maybe our soldiers’ lives would be saved. I wish the Boston bomber [Dzhokhar Tsarnaev] would have watched my movie or read my book also.”

Nakoula, who is a Coptic Christian, also opposes the double standard that is tolerant of Islam but not Christianity.

“We can see mosques everywhere all over the world but we can’t see churches in Saudi Arabia,” he wrote. “[The Muslims] are saying it is holy land. I say also New York is a holy land. [Almost] 3,000 Americans get killed on this land. [Muslims] want to build an Islamic center on Ground Zero, no problem. But they won’t let us build churches in Saudi Arabia. They even burn down the churches in other Islamic countries, like Egypt.”

All of which just goes to show what a dangerous lunatic Nakoula really is. (No wonder he can’t get an agent.) In fact, if he keeps spouting off those kind of crazy hate-filled thoughts he’s bound to end up back in prison again. Or dead.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Wednesday, August 7th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

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