VIDEO – The leader of the Netherlands' right-wing Freedom Party, Geert Wilders, arrived in Israel this week, under heavy guard. Wilders, who has been shadowed by the Dutch Secret Service nonstop for the past four years, told Ynet that ever since he released his short film denouncing the teaching of the Koran, he has been under constant threat. "Fitna," which means upheaval, anarchy or a war between brothers in Arabic, is a 17-minute film riddled with media clips and newspaper clippings describing acts of violence portrayed Muslims. The movie aims to show that the Koran, and the Islamic culture in general, preach hate and violence. It has been seen by 20 million people, and has sparked mass Muslim protest throughout the Netherlands. Wilders, however, said he is only worried about one thing – the Isalmization of Europe. "I make a distinction between the ideology and the people," he told Ynet. "I don’t believe there is a moderate Islam and I don’t believe there is a European Islam. I believe there is only one Islam, which is the Islam of the book of the Koran, and I believe it is a terrible fascist book and that there will never be a moderate Islam. Video: Infolive.tv "I am very afraid that we a losing our identity," he continued. "For example, in the Netherlands today, out of 16 million people we have one million Muslims. A lot of people don’t know that our society is changing we want the Netherlands to stay the Netherlands we want Europe to stay Europe, like I believe you Israelis want Israel to stay a Jewish county, this is the right of every country to keep its identity." If immigration continues to change demography, the Netherlands will become a country based on anything but tolerance, he warned. When asked to point out the differences between anti-Semitism and his movie, Wilders said that "I'm not doing anything to Muslims, I'm talking about the ideology. I don’t hate people, I don’t hate Muslims. People don’t make the distinction that I do, between the ideology and the people. Wilders' film features a scene in which a little Palestinian girl is asked if she know who or what the Jews are – she answers "they are apes and pigs." "This Palestinian girl, what she says about apes and pigs, is part of the Koran, it's a verse in the Koran, the Koran says it literally, that Jews are apes and pigs – its part of the ideology, and this is indeed why I compare Islam with communism and fascism and totalitarian ideologies, more than other religions." Rationality vs. barbarism A strong opponent of the concept of cultural relativism, Wilders' went on to say that in his mind, the Judean-Christian culture is far better than its Islamic counterpart. This is not a conflict of civilizations, he stated, it is a conflict between rationality and barbarism. Wilders, who spent a year in Israel in his youth and has since been a frequent visitor, believes it is in the hub of the ideological fight against Islam. "I always tell people that it is only because Israeli parents send their children to the army to deal with Jihad, the parents in Europe can sleep soundly." He also sees the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as one based on ideology, saying that Jihad would exist regardless of Israel's existence. Wilders went on to suggest several solutions which he said may help Europe, such as restricting immigration from Muslim countries and deport Muslim criminals who have dual nationality. US president-elect Barack Obama, he added, must find a way – "any way" – to deal with the Iranian threat. But what of the famous Dutch tolerance? "We should keep being a tolerant country to those who are tolerant to us," he said, "but there is a growing amount of people who are intolerant to our society, that want the Sharia (Muslim law) to be implemented, that want gays to be beaten up, that want women to stay at home, things that are against our rule of law, against our values, and we should fight this intolerance "Lets fight," he concluded, "but I'm not talking about conventional war, lest fight against Islam ideologically, because it is a war."