Today is the second anniversary of the Islamist murder of Dutch film-maker, Theo van Gogh, in the streets of Amsterdam. In his honor, here is the short film that sealed his fate. It's a meditation on the struggle many women have in Islamist societies where freedom is denied them. It's called "Submission." It's a reminder that we are still at war with a terribly dangerous bunch of religious terrorists - a war this administration has fatally bungled.

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