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Controversy leads the Viral Chart

Controversy leads the Viral Chart

Controversy dominates the viral video chart this week.

Terrifying new work by the Dutch film maker Geert Wilders examines the Quran and sets quotes against some disturbing images.

A number of Muslims have been outraged but defenders of the movie claim it's their right under the freedom of speech. Decide for yourself by clicking the link below.

How about a ad video starring painting elephants? We kid you not. A promotional video for the retail website features just that. See the work being created and then purchase it online.

The Earth Hour project was launched to encourage electricity users around the world to switch off their lights. This is the video that resulted in millions taking part to highlight the impact of energy issues on the environment. 

Pop Idol auditions in the UK are always good for a laugh. It’s no different in Bulgaria where, Valentina Hasan, performs her version of Mariah Carey's song ‘Without you’ in fake English.

"This video is not intended for any ethnic tensions or historical debates," says the YouTube poster, 'ArathBenedek'. "It's just a laugh, so I implore everyone to ignore any irrelevant comments and not to engage in pointless discussions."

Finally, the BBC's contribution to April Fools Day 2008, stars film maker and writer Terry Jones who discovers a colony of penguins, which are unlike any other penguins in the world.

Click the pictures below to view.

This Week's Top 5 Viral Videos

 Viral_FitnaMovie 1. Fitna the Movie
 Viral_ElephantPaints 2. Elephant Paints Self Portrait
 Viral_EarthHourMovie 3. Earth Hour Movie
Viral_MusicIdol  4.  Music Idol - Without you, Mariah Carey
 Viral_Penguins 5. Penguins

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