This documentary aims to investigate the idea that Islam is a religion of peace and explore the idea widely held that those who commit violent acts in the name of Islam is a fanatical few. The filmmakers try to hold Islam’s own sources of light to make the claim that the religion is actually driven by a violent ideology, expansive, which seeks to conquer any contradictory religion, culture and, ultimately, government.
This film is by far the most interesting presentation of Islam that I have yet to see. I recommend viewers to be fully awake before trying to see, as a certain amount of concentration is necessary to obtain all the benefits of this documentary.
Filled with direct quotes from reliable sources the Qur’an and others, along with compelling visuals and interviews of good taste, that will test even the experts. Is violence in Muslim ideology built?
In 1969, the city of Derinkuyu was opened for tourists. Before opening for tourists, officials in Turkey made sure to fully explore the underground city, for which they believe w...