The foreword to Geert Wilder’s new book Marked for Death was written by Mark Steyn, and it is published as a column in National Review Online at the following link: The Spirit of Geert Wilders. It is sobering, and it is also typically superb Steyn.
Geert Wilders has been acquitted, by a Dutch court, of various “hate” related charges, brought against him because of his unflinchingly strong criticisms of and warnings about Islam. I think that it is a reason to be glad; Europe—or at least Holland—has given one small sign that it will not meekly commit cultural suicide by the blunt instrument of political correctness.
More on the result from Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch.