ABC News investigates the Quran verses presented in Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders' film "Fitna" to see if they accurately present the Quran. Spoiler: they don't.
The film was pulled from its original host after the site's staff allegedly received death threats (the threats have not been confirmed by police or authorities, still). This caused an outcry around the world, with it (inaccurately) being called "an attack on the freedom of speech on the web".
I say inaccurately as the ABC News article pretty effectively showcases that this film is no more than a series of carefully fabricated mis-quotes of the Quran, intertwined with footage of radical islamic terrorism, and thus falls under hate speech and incitement to violence. Or, as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon put it:
"I condemn in the strongest terms the airing of Geert Wilders' offensively anti-Islamic film. [ ... ] There is no justification for hate speech or incitement to violence. The right of free speech is not at stake here." -- Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary General