Everyone has the right to be critical of any religion in a free and open society. This includes Christianity, Judaism, Mormonism, Buddhism and, yes, even Islam. Geert Wilders has the right to make a short film that is critical of Islam and the Koran. However, Muslims have issued death threats against him and, considering a Muslim killed Theo Van Gogh, the world must take this seriously.
I say 'world' because Islam is an ideology that is intent on conquering it. If you are born into Islam you are immediately indoctrinated into a religion that forbids you from leaving it - you had no choice to enter and no choice to leave! The punishment for leaving is death. The punishment for not being a Muslim is also death. There is no compromise.
There are those who insist we must respect religions. Sorry, they're wrong. How can I respect a religion that insists it has the right to kill me just because I am not a member of it? On the contrary, we have every right to show this religion the disrespect it deserves for making such outrageous claims!
The web host, Network Solutions, has suspended the website that was to promote the movie Fitna. Bullshit! Instead, web hosters around the world should be lining up to have a page promoting the movie. Presumably Network Solutions is afraid of being attacked by Muslims who object to the move. However, the way to defend themselves is not to run and hide but appeal to others to join them in solidarity! If radical Muslims want to attack those who use their freedom to criticize then lets give them lots and lots of targets.
Everyone, Muslims included, have the right to speak their minds freely in a free and democratic society. If Muslims disagree with the claims of the movie, then fight with words. Have an open dialogue. Convince us of your argument. But threaten us with violence and we'll drive you back to the desert from whence your ideology came.