Film director insulting Prophet Muhammad Hide

California - the Israeli film director, Sam Bacile, who now lives in California, USA, went into hiding after the film direction of the Prophet Muhammad enraged Muslims in Libya and Egypt.
Speaking by phone from his hideout, screenwriter and director Sam Bacile remain in his opinion that Islam "as a cancer". 56-year-old man said that he deliberately made the film as a form of political provocation to condemn religion.
Inevitably, the film Bacile anger Libyans and Egyptians, Tuesday, September 11, 2012, by burning the movie and attacked the U.S. consulate in the city of Benghazi. They also killed U.S. diplomat there. In Egypt, as public anger acted to the U.S. embassy in Cairo. The protesters climbed the embassy walls to replace the U.S. flag with the Islamic banner.
"This is a political movie," said Bacile. "The United States lost a lot of money and troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, but we were fighting idologi."
Bacile, a property entrepreneur in California who identified himself as an Israeli Jew, said he believes the film will help to expose the weakness of his homeland of Islam to the world. "Islam is a cancer," he said.
Bacile explains, this two-hour film production has cost U.S. $ 5 million (USD 48 billion). All funds shall be borne jointly and severally by the approximately 100 Jewish donors. In the film, Bacile depicting the Prophet Muhammad was an impostor. To watch the footage, the film is viewed on YouTube a duration of 13 minutes in English.
He also called the Prophet Muhammad a philanderer weak and approve of sexual abuse in children. The film is regarded by Muslims as an insult to the Prophet Muhammad lord.
Despicable attacks against the Prophet Muhammad was not just this once. Previously, the Danish newspaper edition of 2005, published 12 caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad that sparked riots in the Muslim countries.
Jewish man went on, he was concerned about the deaths of American citizens who died in the movie. He blamed the lack of security of the Embassy and the violence in Libya. "I think the security system (at the embassy) is not good," said Bacile. "Americans have to pass something to change it."
A movie director, Steve Klein, said filmmaker need to give attention to family members who live in Egypt. However Bacile rejected that argument. Klein said, he promised to keep helping Bacile make movies, but he warned, "In the future, you will be Theo van Gogh."
Van Gogh was a Dutch filmmaker, who was murdered by a Muslim extremist in 2004 after making a film deemed insulting to Islam.
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"We remind you that this (murder) could happen to you," said Klein.
Bacile films dubbed into Arabic by a stranger. Film producers who can speak Arabic is confirmed that the film has been translated into Arabic accurate. This film was made in three months in the summer of 2011, supported by 59 actors and about 45 people behind the camera. "When playing in theaters Hollywwod bioksop earlier this year, the building seats empty," said Bacile.