فيلم Among the Believers

Among the Believers

Among the Believers is a movie starring Abdul Aziz and Pervez Hoodbhoy. An unsettling and eye opening exploration into the spread of the radical Islamic school Red Mosque in Pakistan, which trains legions of children to devote their...

Other Titles
Miedzy wyznawcami, Jihadistien koulu, Jihadistskolan
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, News, Documentary, Biography
Hemal Trivedi, Mohammed Naqvi
Jonathan Goodman Levitt
Abdul Aziz, Pervez Hoodbhoy
USA, Pakistan
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An unsettling and eye opening exploration into the spread of the radical Islamic school Red Mosque in Pakistan, which trains legions of children to devote their lives to jihad, or holy war, from a very young age.

Comments about war «Among the Believers» (22)

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This movie is a must see, and one of the best films I have ever seen. You may not agree with all the points it raises but in the end you will be moved by this film. The words "flawed" and "nobody" are not used very often in this film but they really should be, because it is the ones that allow us to really see that people are not equal, and that violence is not the answer. There are a lot of people who are taking sides and making excuses for violence, and there are a lot of people who are saying "violence is wrong" but not really caring about the people who are dying, the women who are being raped, the children who are being killed. There is a lot of debate about what it means to be a soldier, but what is the question that must be asked?

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Amber Harvey

I'm a staunch Obama supporter and an avid filmmaker, but even I was deeply moved by this film. It has the typical, sensationalist, anti-Bush narrative, but also includes some of the most important and true-to-life testimony I've ever seen in any documentary. There is a reason the film has been pulled from theaters, because it is a brave and important film. The greatest danger is that it will be seen as a partisan smear campaign. This is a story about one man, and it is all too easy to look at it as a story about the Bush administration and the Bush family. It's not. There is not a single positive or negative character in this film. They are all just ordinary people caught in an extraordinary situation. There are no heroes here. It's a story about an extraordinary man who was the most influential man in the history of our country, and a story of a personal hero to the world. This is a man who defied the system and created a new world, and you can't help but feel compassion for him, even if he is the enemy of the United States. There are many more people who owe their lives to him, and the film will certainly do a great disservice to them. However, I can't help but feel that this story has been told before, and just as powerful, just as affecting, just as honest, just as heroic. And when the final credits roll, I will feel that I've been given the truth and the whole truth.

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Debra G.

A true piece of art. Shows that the Nazi regime in Germany was one of the most brutal and sadistic regimes ever to take hold of a nation. Fascism was really the way of the world back then. Watch and learn from an eye witness of the atrocities committed by the Nazis. If you have a strong heart and want to see some horror and pain for those who had to suffer during the Nazi regime, then watch this film. Many of the people in the film are survivors of the Nazi regime. It's also amazing to see the direct communication between the Nazis and their enemies. It's amazing how the Nazis used their position of power and economic power to motivate the German people to fight and kill Jews and other people of different faiths. It's also amazing to see how the German people responded to the Nazi's and their religious leaders to murder other people. This is definitely a must watch film. Everyone should watch this film at least once. The documentary style makes it very effective.

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Stephen Newman

This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, I think. As many people have said, it's not about the Holocaust or the German people, it's about the Allies and how they got involved. But the documentary is not about the Holocaust. It's about the German people. One thing I really liked about this documentary was how it focused on the German people and their way of life. The documentary does a great job of showing how the German people were treated in the camps, and how the Allies were able to show compassion to the Germans, despite their mistakes. You really feel for the German people, and how they were treated. One thing I really liked about this documentary is that it gives you a realistic view of how it was for the Germans. They had no choice, but to submit to the Allied forces, and they were taken in by the Allies. It really is an amazing documentary. I recommend it to anyone who has a basic knowledge of history.

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Kimberly V.

The Best Documentary in years. After watching this film, I felt much better about the US and its people. From the perspective of the Germans, it was hard to believe that so many people could live in such poverty and still try to find a way to survive. There was also a sense of hopelessness to the Allies. It was important to me to feel that the Allies had gotten the job done, that the Nazi's were not free to do as they pleased, that the war was over. It was my belief that when the movie ended, the soldiers returned home to the United States and the feeling of triumph seemed to wash over them, and they began to think of their lives as normal. I also felt that this film made me think about why so many Americans were so willing to put themselves in harm's way. There was a lot of talk about the "us vs. them" mentality, but in reality, there were two camps. There was the Americans who lived in poverty and lived in fear, and there were those who lived in freedom and wanted to go to the US to make their fortune. The Germans were not only living in fear, they were also making war and then fighting. This film does a great job of bringing to the surface the extreme misery and desperation that many Americans endured in the second world war. It is one of the few documentaries that really puts the viewer into the situation of the Germans, and makes you feel the horror and desperation. I highly recommend this film, even if you are not a fan of war documentaries. I am sure you will not be able to look away, and you will not be able to sleep if you have not seen it.

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Cynthia Hunter

I had the opportunity to attend an advance screening of this film and I was not disappointed. I am so glad I took the time to see this film. I am a pacifist and not a believer. However, this film struck a chord in me. I had the opportunity to meet a very inspirational and warm-hearted man named Gen. Hart. He had the best intentions, but I believe he was afraid to take a stand because he was afraid of the consequences. For those who believe in the Second Amendment, I believe in the 2nd Amendment. The movie was very informative and very well done. If you are a believer, please don't hesitate to watch it. It will make you want to get up and take a stand in defense of our freedom. A real heroes is found in this movie and he deserves all the praise he gets. Thank you!

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The creators of this documentary will most likely win a Pulitzer Prize for this. It is the most eye opening and accurate film about the Holocaust ever made. This documentary gives you the facts and reasons to believe that the "cure" for this disease was not discovered until the 1960's. The documentary is incredible in the way that it shows how the Nazis and the Allies were trying to put this disease on the world's list of diseases. This is a must see for anyone who has ever been a Holocaust Survivor. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has any knowledge of the Holocaust.

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This documentary is remarkable for the honesty of its portrayal of the individuals who were in the frontlines of the Second World War. The harrowing scenes of their harrowing experiences are accompanied by hauntingly beautiful photography, the story of how the photos were collected is devastating, and the strength of the documentary is a testament to the determination and determination of the individuals who participated in this story. The stories of the individuals who lost family members during the war, as well as the stories of the families who were involved in collecting the photos, are compelling, powerful, and heartfelt. While the documentary is extremely biased towards the Allies, it is important to understand the impact that the Germans and the Soviets had on the people of occupied countries and to see how the Americans and the British have contributed to the increased racism that is still present in modern society. If we can learn to not only accept the atrocities of the Holocaust, but to also understand how the conflict of the Second World War changed the lives of millions, then the film could be an important and inspiring addition to the cultural canon. If this documentary is not available on DVD, then I will purchase it to see how the story of the Allies can be told.

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There are some documentaries that you can't help but be hooked on, as though the subject matter is as important as the film itself. As a filmmaker, I have to say this is one of the most powerful and touching documentaries I've ever seen. It's extremely well-done, very well-done, and I think the director did an excellent job. It is almost like the director was one of the people on the ground, and the viewer was invited to share some of the feelings that went on for the people of that village. You can really feel the connection between the man in the film and the people that he was dealing with. As a filmmaker, I just love the way he captured the way the people were experiencing this terrible war, and also the way the filmmakers captured the tears of the men that were the heroes of the film. It was just incredible to see. I was so touched by the film, and it was one of the most powerful documentaries I've seen in my life. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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WOW! The most educational documentary I've ever seen. Told the story of how I came to believe the existence of God. I'm so glad I went to see it! It is not only about God, but the effect of that belief on people's lives. The people that believe in God have a very hard time when they have to see their family members die. I'm sure many people are praying for God to end this world, but he hasn't. The film is great!

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Katherine Kennedy

This is a must watch. I saw it as part of a documentary screening at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival. I would not have turned away had I been given the chance. Not only was the film itself fascinating and engaging, it was a privilege to see the various facets of the story from the perspectives of the people who experienced it. As one viewer pointed out, "no one story is the same."

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As a WWII veteran, I have seen many, many movies. This is a movie I will never forget, because I knew it was true. The movie starts with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. The survivors and their family members, and then some of the surviving families from Hawaii, they were the "Japanese Americans" until the Japanese invaded. It was just a matter of time before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. During the movie, we hear the stories of many of these Japanese Americans. We hear from the Japanese American WWII POW's, and from survivors of the Japanese attack. They were told that they were the "Japanese Americans", but when the Japanese invaded, they were just called "American", and when they were forced to evacuate, they were just called "Hawaiian". This movie is very sad and it is sad to hear about all of the bad things that the Japanese did to the Japanese American POW's. The Japanese Empire's war on the American People was very brutal and horrible. But the Japanese Empire did not want to hear about it, so they held all of the Japanese Americans, including women and children, and made them live in squalor. They made it so hard for the Japanese Americans to survive. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a WWII Veteran or was one, and it is very sad and shows the inhumanity of the Japanese Empire.

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Jeremy D.

I had the opportunity to interview several different people about this film and to learn about the new and different ways that the Church has been dealing with these issues for the past 10 years. It's a film that should be viewed by every American in their church to learn more about the Church's history and it's efforts to help people in their lives. It's a documentary about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We see what the Church has done in the past 10 years to help people. We see the lives that have been changed by the Church. And we see how the Church has helped the people of the world. This film is one of the best documentaries that I have seen in a very long time. Every member of the Church should see this film and understand what the Church is about and how they can help others. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been very successful in helping people and we are going to continue to help more people. It's great to be able to see the work that the Church has done, the people that have helped, and how they have helped.

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Douglas E.

this documentary was truly moving and was in fact, the most intense documentary I've seen in the last ten years. all of the actors and crew have been interviewed and I truly felt the frustration and guilt in their faces. this is the story of how a handful of friends and family formed a small group to give aid to the African Americans in Louisiana and made them a cause. the veterans were truly grateful to the friends and family who were willing to go to war in order to help their fellow countrymen. the story of how they would journey to the camps and where they would end up is truly one of the most touching documentaries that I've ever seen. and finally the most important fact about this documentary was that these are not people who have a few tickets, they had a plan and a purpose and they did it and were able to make a difference and they are truly thankful to their friends and family who stood behind them and even gave up their time to help. a truly incredible documentary that I would recommend to anyone who has been touched by the human spirit. 10 out of 10

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The Unfiltered Oral History of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and His Movement is a powerful, compelling, and emotional piece of filmmaking. The story is compelling because the men and women who lived his life, the man he was, and the impact the movement had on the world are all on screen. And you can't help but feel for them. The film includes interviews with people who were with King and those who were not. I would definitely recommend this film for anyone who has not seen it. I would even say that the movie would be better if it was not being released this month because it is great for all people who want to understand what this man had to go through and how his movement could change the world. I think this film is a great way to learn more about King and his legacy. I feel the filmmakers have done a great job of bringing this story to life. It is a powerful story that should be told. As much as I like the idea of the documentary being made into a film, I believe it would be better if it was not. This is a story that should be told in the oral history format. For the first time, we get to see the interviews with the leaders of the movement, their side of the story, and the people who were involved in his life. The oral history format is the way to do this and it is the way to tell this story. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who has not seen it, or to anyone who wants to know more about Martin Luther King, Jr. This is a great movie and I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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Ryan W.

This movie is a huge step in the right direction for the United States. I highly recommend seeing this film. This movie is extremely well researched and I personally think that it is the most truthful depiction of what happened. It is also a sad, yet hopeful movie. I recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for an insight on what happened in Korea in the early 1950's. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves history or just wants to learn about what happened in the Korean War. It's great and it's really hard to watch this movie with your family or friends and you want to tell them how great it is and how it makes you feel.

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Judith Mendoza

The documentary is about the history of the Holocaust, but much more than that. There are numerous people who were killed by the Nazis, and these people are represented by their parents, grandparents and other relatives. These people were killed in various ways, often deliberately, and in a variety of ways. The film shows how the Nazis killed these people, who were usually innocent, and often used as slave labor. The documentary includes footage from the famous "Gas Chamber" of Sobibor. The film includes accounts of survivors of the camps, including those who were held against their will. The film also includes eyewitness testimony, from all over the world, as well as photos and artworks. The film also includes footage from the Holocaust Museum in Berlin. The film is very informative, and it is very important to watch this film. It is certainly the best film that I have seen in my life. It is a must see. I highly recommend it.

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Tyler Lewis

This documentary is filled with powerful footage, images and the stories of the survivors who lived through the Holocaust. There are plenty of interviews, and it is very interesting to watch the inter-personal relationships that formed. One of the testimonies of the survivors was especially powerful, "To the Nazis, they were a family. We were family. They were family." And that was one of the themes of the film, that the memories of the past are what help us in the present. The documentary does not shy away from describing the atrocities of the Nazis, or from depicting the psychological consequences of the Holocaust. The film was clearly and without a doubt about the most important documentary I have ever seen. I highly recommend this film to everyone, and I encourage you to view it.

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An excellent film, I can't understand why this movie is not listed in the IMDb Top 250. I think it is a great historical documentary about the Holocaust and about the heroism of the men and women who were serving in the D.E.A. in the US. The fact that most of the movie was filmed in the US was one of the most incredible things about the movie. I think it is a very good movie. I can't understand why this movie is not listed in the IMDb Top 250. It is a must see movie. I would like to mention that this movie also aired on French TV, and the French language version is excellent. There is one thing I would like to mention. If you have never seen the film, you may miss something, or you may feel that you are not ready to be a Jew or a Nazi. I recommend this movie to all people, and also to people who have already seen it.

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This movie is absolutely the best I have seen. I am shocked that no one has given it a 10. The story is not about what happened at Pearl Harbor. It is about the unbelievable and tragic events that happened during the war and the American people's resistance to these events. It is amazing how people went to such great lengths to defend the country they loved and believed in. They had to defend themselves against people who did not deserve their hatred. This movie does a great job of showing the damage to the economy, the damage to the morale of the country and the destruction of the world's economy. The American people had to put up with unbelievable things like the Nazi's had to endure. If you like history, you will love this film. It will be on everyone's must-see list. It is my hope that more people will see it. The movie was great. Thank you to the cast and crew of this film. You have done a wonderful job of making this film a real event.

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Russell Bowman

I saw this movie at the Cinema on 18th March 2008 and I liked it a lot. The first two minutes were so haunting I cried. It is a great documentary and you will have a good laugh. It is also a great educational movie. It gives you a big picture of what happened to the German people in the end of the Second World War and how it was a war of extermination. It shows you the way that the German people were treated by the German people. The movie is also very important because it tells us that if we forget about the past, we will never be able to find the solution to the problems that we have and the solutions that are given to us. In this movie it shows us the reality of the things that happened during the war. It is an excellent movie and you will be very surprised.

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Albert J.

I was only a little more than a year old when the events of 9/11 took place. My mom and I went to see Pearl Harbor. The event was a little bit too personal for me to remember at the time. However, I was there for a couple of days. I remember sitting with my friends in the theater. We were all sitting in rows A-D. We had an enormous feeling of emotional involvement and pride. I remember seeing the little boys in the row behind us. They had tears in their eyes. It was truly an amazing thing to see. We were in awe of what happened. I believe we went to see the movie about four times in the theater. That feeling was captured in the movie. What makes Pearl Harbor special is the fact that all the friends I saw in the theater were those who were closest to the tragedy. They were the ones I grew up with. They were the ones who had been there. They were the ones who had lost their brothers and friends. I believe that was the reason why they were able to capture the emotional impact. What I also remember was that they were not content to watch the movies as an entertainment. They wanted to be a part of it. I know it was a difficult situation for them. I can honestly say that it was probably the most positive experience in my life. It was not only for the joy it gave them but also for the reality that they were in for. The movie was able to capture the story that I was involved in, the emotions, the sadness, and the pride. The movie also made me understand what I was seeing. It gave me the opportunity to view what the world was going through, what I had experienced, and how it affected everyone. I was able to feel the pain and the pride that was felt. The movie was able to capture that in a way that was able to make me understand the events that were happening around me and make me feel better about it. This movie was able to show the human side of the event. It was able to show what it was like to be a soldier, to be a parent, to be a wife. It was able to show what the other people in the movie felt, and what they thought. I have no doubt that this movie will be able to give people an opportunity to see what happened that day. I would say that it is a must see. I would recommend this movie to anyone.