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« on: Dec 14, 2008 08:04 AM »


....one for Br AbdulBasir and Sr Jannah methinks  bro



In 1926, an Austrian-born Ashkenazi Jew, journalist Leopold Weiss, decided to convert to Islam. Having been raised in (and subsequently disowned by) a Jewish family, Weiss - or Muhammad Asad as he became known - found himself fascinated by his adopted home of Palestine and the lives of the Bedouin Arabs he encountered. Following his conversion, Asad become one of the most influential and inspirational Muslims of the century and a key thinker of his time. In 'A Road To Mecca - The Journey Of Muhammad Asad', Austrian filmmaker George Misch follows his footsteps, retracing the journey Asad made through the Arab world to Mecca, as a way of reflecting on today's Arab world and contemporary relations between East and West. His film is a deeply thoughtful, intelligent and human portrait of both an extraordinary man and a region in the flux of change.


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« Reply #1 on: Dec 14, 2008 04:09 PM »


THAT IS SO AWESOME!!! I'm so excited!!!  Kiss Kiss Kiss I wonder how we can get ahold of the film! It's more documentary than my 'planned epic gladiator like movie' but I'll take it Smiley

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