Thursday, February 28, 2008

Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West

I just saw "Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West", a documentary that shows evidence, expert opinions and many examples of the nature and the breeding of the incensed, hate-filled and murderous, false-religion inspired radicals. It tells why we have to take this threat most seriously (and most of our media is not at all, if you aren't yet aware). Our civilization (with all nations included, especially the Western nations) need to be prepared to fight this as it seems we are in some deep trouble considering the numbers that support militant Islam (up to 180 million people, note: 1.2 billion million are in Islam with 10 to 15% as an estimate). Note: there are many more than 180 million that are anti-American and anti-Israel. We could easily be facing something worse that Nazi Germany, a potentially greater threat than anything we have faced before.

Please check out this documentary if you haven't seen it yet. Interesting that it is posted on You Tube: Check it out on You Tube. You can check it the movie at this site (streaming to your PC for $5 or can be ordered) Link to the Obsession Web page with a trailer.

"Obsession is without exaggeration one of the most important films of our time. " Glenn Beck, CNN Headline News

Joel Surnow Executive Producer, 24
"Obsession is both scary and riveting! Each and every one of us should feel obligated to show Obsession to as many people as we can. Obsession should serve as a wake-up call to the free world to confront the threat now, before it is too late."

"Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West, also called Obsession, is a 2006 documentary movie about Islamist teachings and goals which uses extensive Arab and Iranian television footage. Obsession compares the threat of radical Islamism with that of Nazism before World War II, and observes the parallels between radical Islamists and the Nazi Party during the War, specifically Adolf Hitler's relationship with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem as an inspiration for radical Islamic movements in the Middle East today.

The film features analysis by notable counter-terrorism figures such as Nonie Darwish (the daughter of a Fedayeen soldier), Alan M. Dershowitz, Steven Emerson, Brigitte Gabriel, Martin Gilbert, Caroline Glick, Alfons Heck, Glen Jenvey, John Loftus, Salim Mansur, Itamar Marcus, Khaleel Mohammed, Daniel Pipes, Tashbih Sayyed, Walid Shoebat, Khaled Abu Toameh, Robert Wistrich and interviews with Israeli officials and a former PLO operative." From Wikipedia under "Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West"


Always On Watch said...

Another film to watch, and it makes a good follow up to Obsession..., is Islam: What the West Needs to Know. That second film is available online HERE.

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