UPDATE3: You can now watch Submission on Ayaan Hirsi Ali's blog.
UPDATE2: A 3-min. clip of Submission can now be found at iFilm.
UPDATE1: iFilm announced that they were no-longer allowed to show Submission on their site.

Now you can watch the film that Theo van Gogh was killed by extremists for.

Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh (yes, that van Gogh) was killed November 2, 2004, by a 26-year-old extremist Muslim of Dutch-Moroccan descent. The current theory is that he was taken down for his critical look at the treatment of Muslim women. It's not a documentary, but a metaphorical look at the harsh realities of their lives. (In English with Dutch subtitles.)

The film's screenwriter, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, grew up an upper-class Muslim in Somalia. In '92 she escaped to the Netherlands, mastered the language and attended university to study political science. Now a politician, she has received death threats for numerous stances she's taken and activities she's undertaken. But as a self-proclaimed ex-Muslim, she has taken it upon herself to make the plight of oppressed Muslim women known to the West--and to hopefully end their suffering.

Watch "Submission" now, at:
iFilm (film clip)
Ayaan Hirsi Ali's Blog