posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 03:23 PM
reply to post by Clisen33
I agree, it is the protesters' karma.
From today's POV, if someone made a feature movie with an antisemitic slant, directly targeting historical Judaism, let us say, the story of Moses,
Jewish watchdogs across the world would protest, perhaps arrange for fines, or get court verdicts, organize demonstrations, boycotts etc., loudly
demand apologies, but I highly doubt that enraged Jewish masses would flock foreign embassies, physically kill and maim people and torch
From another perspective, it is simply historical truth that Mohammed did model Judaism and to some extent Christianity. Why deny this? He did go to
synagogues and tried to see what the One God would do in a desert Arabic context. He was an original visionary, to be sure (which the film really
downplays, talking to Archangel Gabriel in a cave etc.). The film - I saw only parts - is a bit slanted and Arabic violence is exaggerated, but
unfortunately there is some truth to that. If there wasn't no one had been killed.
The main weakness of the film is the way he was cast and played. Still, it is watchable.