Islam: What the West Needs to Know

Islam: What the West Needs to Know

Claiming that Islam is inherently violent and seeks to destroy all other faiths, cultures and systems of government, this provocative film presents Islamic writings to prove that fanaticism is not limited to just a few misguided souls. In interviews, noted experts on Islam refute mainstream media, diplomats and officials who have described Islam as a peaceful religion and that those who commit violence in its name represent a radical fringe.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:islam,  

An examination of Islam, violence, and the fate of the non-Muslim world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Islam: What the West Needs to Know torrent reviews

Erik O (fr) wrote: I don't think Justin Timberlake was right for the part, and the dialogue is pretty spotty... it's also heavier than I thought it would be. But, hey, it's got Jeff Bridges.

Rowena C (br) wrote: tiz is so 18sx ,sick , violent n Lol

Paolo R (kr) wrote: Entertaining enough Italian family drama, set around a Roman builder and his trials and tribulations. Family life is made difficult by the system and country that surrounds him, all of this heightened as his private life takes a turn for the worse.

Grant K (fr) wrote: Liam Lacey said it best in his review of "A Late Quartet": "old-fashioned and melodramatic but stirring in its portrait of people struggling with individual egos to produce something nobler than themselves." And with this cast, it's an absolutely wonderful, moving film in which Walken reminds us of the great actor he can be. This is some of his finest work since "The Deer Hunter." Some may dismiss this as a "soap-opera" but they're missing the bigger picture.

Private U (jp) wrote: Many romantic movies have been made with the type of man to be young and good looking. this movie has changed that you don't need a young handsome man to make it interesting, that's why I liked this movie. I liked how they managed the lighting in the movie. My favorite scene was when he was alone sat in a chair looking in a window.

tina p (kr) wrote: its based on true story of women who has face lots of difficulties only becoz she is a girl ,its really a nice movie .urmila did a wonderful job

Patrick G (ca) wrote: This is a short documentary. It's a little rough around the edges, but it's the first documentary I've seen that really explains why those ballots in Florida were so damned confusing. I know the media made fun of the "hanging chad," but when you see it for yourself, there really was legitimate confusion and a heck of a lot of problems in Florida. A must see for any Political Science nut.

Hilde F (gb) wrote: Malcolm doing it again. Also see him in "Evilenko". Another serial-killer movie he played in. Tru story thatone is ;)

Jason 123 D (it) wrote: Better than his first, "Labyrinth of Passion" starts slow, builds slow, and has an over-the-top obnoxious finale that actually made the grueling 75 minutes prior worth it.

Bailey H (ag) wrote: A decent movie with some laughs and relatable scenes, but it's only aimed towards a certain audience which consists of single people between the ages of 20-35. It also drags a bit and never really goes anywhere. They introduce characters that we start to like, but then get rid of the characters before we can feel for them. It's not my type of movie, but the acting is decent enough and makes up for the lost plot.

Dieguchi D (ru) wrote: No hay palabras para un clasico!!!!!!!!!

Ilsa L (ru) wrote: The best film noir that I've seen in a very long time. Great storyline combined with top casting, acting and direction make this a must see! Thelma Ritter is wonderful as Moe.

Neil O (ru) wrote: Hammer's one and only werewolf film (a box office flop and now considered one of their greatest successes) featuring a tour de force peformance from Oliver Reed.