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"Islam Unknown" Part 2

"Islam Unknown" FREE Documentary Film Screening--Part 2

 

The Arabic language and the Koran are inextricably tied together...this film may be of interest to you...


"Islam Unknown" by Fons Elders
U.S. Premiere
FREE ADMISSION
Sun, Dec 9 • 2:00pm (Part One) // Sun, Dec 9 • 2:00pm (Part Two)
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: 701 Mission Street, San Francisco, near the Powell and Montgomery BART/Muni stations

NOTE: The film will be screen in the Center for the Arts Building, second floor in the screening room. See the map of the Yerba Buena Center:
http://www.yerbabuenagardens.com/maps.html


Islam Unknown is a two-part collection of eight conversations with unconventional Muslim intellectuals. Dutch philosopher Fons Elders engages the thinkers in probing discussion on topics including gender, economics, sharia, secularism, colonialism, and the nature of religious authority.


What emerges is a nuanced and illuminating series of contemporary perspectives on one of the world's great religions. Each episode also includes beautiful footage of Islamic art and Muslims going about their daily lives and prayers.
A much-needed corrective to popular Western perceptions of Muslims, it is hoped that the film will help contribute to a new understanding of the diversity of Islam. (2012, each part 104 min, digital)

Part Two features Reza Aslan, Anouar Majid, Omer Özsoy, and Mehmet Asutay.

MORE INFO HERE: http://icarusfilms.com/new2012/islam.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=tF5JHefFnlI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EEtg4XmtDTs

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