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Turkish Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali Yildirim on Wednesday said that a Turkish court today decided for the removal of video content of infamous anti-Islam movie "Innocence of Muslims" on specified URLs.
Speaking live on the state-run TRT TV channel on Wednesday, Yildirim said that the anti-Islam movie "Innocence of Muslims" will not be the first attempt in the world to cause hatred towards the Muslims and it would not be the last one.
"Regardless of the religion, it is a crime to insult the holy values of people. It is a crime of hatred. Any crime should not remain unpunished," Yildirim stated.
"Innocence of Muslims" caused unrest both in Turkey and in the world as a production insulting Islam and the Muslims and carrying a provocative content.
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