Some might remember Imran Firasat because he was threatened with deportation from Spain for essentially angering the Muslim world by being part of a video entitled, The Innocent Prophet, which came out late last year. Since then, the country where the former Muslim from Pakistan has been residing – Spain – has given far too much consideration to deporting him.
Even now, Firasat is facing deportation by the government of Spain. It is beyond obvious that the Spanish government is doing so out of cowardice, not principle. The following quote perhaps best demonstrates the Spanish government’s behavior relative to Firasat:
“When bad man combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.” – Edmund Burke
Yet, despite the risk of deportation, Firasat has made another movie entitled, The Innocence of Islamic Jihad.