Fitna is an '08 short documentary by Dutch parliamentarian Geert
Wilders, which explores Qur'anic foundations for terrorism, Islamic
universalism, and Islam in the Netherlands. The film's title comes from
the Arabic word fitna, used to describe "disagreement and
division among people", or a "test of faith in times of trial."
Author Robert Wright gives a brilliant video talk of "grim inspiration" about history's arrow - progress in the modern world toward moral truth and the unfolding apocalypse known as the "Clash of Civilization" between Islam and the West and the possible death-spiral of negativity which is so profoundly and disturbingly framed in Geert Wilder's anti-Islam documentary (video below).