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April 11, 2008

Schism: An answer to Fitna?

Filed under: General,Religious — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 8:43 pm

UPDATED

A Saudi blogger has made a six-minute video entitled “Schism” by portraying texts from Christian sources out of context, similar to the way Dutch MP Geert Wilders made his recently-released anti-Qur’an film entitled “Fitna.”

“I made it in less than 24 hours. In ‘Schism,’ I have used the same methodology that Wilders has used and that involves taking texts out of context,” he told Arab News, adding that he made the film to prove that it is incorrect to judge Islam by watching “Fitna.”

This is a point that he writes at the end of his short film. “It is easy to take part of any holy book out of context and make it sound like an inhumane book. This is what Geert Wilders did to gather supporters for his hateful ideology. To create ‘Schism,'” he wrote.

Al-Saeed insists that his aim is not to spread hate but to tell the world that you cannot judge a religion or an ideology by taking things out of context.

The full article here.

UPDATE VERSION

I’m sorry because i had uploaded the wrong video regarding to the article above, the video that created by Al-Saeed as below.

2 Comments »

  1. Salam pejuangan buat sahabatku

    Comment by Nizam — April 13, 2008 @ 2:30 am | Reply

  2. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and
    I am waiting for your further write ups thank you once again.

    Comment by www — September 16, 2013 @ 7:12 pm | Reply


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