In response the fourteen minute film short which resulted in anti-American protests and riots around the Middle East, a government official from Pakistan has called for the maker of the film which is entitled, "The Innocence of Islam", to be found and killed.
Ghulam Ahmad Bilbour, the Pakistani federal railways minister, said in a news conference that he would personally finance a $100,000 bounty aimed at the maker of the crude low budget film. Bilbour also commented that he knows inciting murder is illegal, but that he was ready to be hanged in the name of Muhammad and his faith. Bilbour went on to call for the Taliban and Al Qaeda to be "partners in this noble deed."
It is unknown who made the film, but a California man named Nakoula Basseley Nakoula was taken into questions by police last week in connection with the movie. Though not approving of the film, the Prime Minister of Pakistan releases a statement saying, "We completely dissociate ourselves from the statement of Mr. Bilbour."