Thursday, September 11, 2008

Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West

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

"Obsession is required viewing for everyone."–Howard Gordon, Executive Producer, 24

Just watched my free DVD insert in this week's National Review of Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West. I believe some of you have already posted about this documentary, but I'm sure you'll all agree it's worth a repost.

Here is the trailer.


Anonymous said...

It's in the queue!

Nikki said...

A very fitting reminder of our dangerous world and who our enemy is...on this day...:)N

Always On Watch said...

I show this film to my history students (world and U.S.).

This year, I'm teaching American Government instead of history. And, yes, I can show the film.

I also have a copy of Islam: What the West Needs to Know. I can show excerpts from that one as well.

How do I get away with showing these films to high school students in this Age of Politican Correctness? I teach groups of Christian homeschoolers!

nanc said...

as cube stated at my place - don't lose the rage.

WomanHonorThyself said...

seen it my friend..excellent !!Just got home from Ground Zero..will post about it soon..blessings to u. :)

Brooke said...

I watched it on YouTube awhile back before it was pulled.


I'm throwing it into my queue as well for review! (I'll admit to being shocked to find it on Netflix!) Thanks, Edge and AOW!

AmPowerBlog said...

Never forget, Edge!

kevin said...

I've seen the film, but you can bet I'll make a point of seeing it again.

Islam: What the West needs to Know is also a must see.

kevin said...

Also check this out.

Nick G said...

While I do not agree that this movie is total propaganda, I would hope that anyone that watches this movie will at least be open to perspectives beyond what "Obsession" narrowly focuses on in a manipulative way.

always on watch, out of all the films on islam (radical and otherwise), you choose to show your students this? Do some research. Allow them to watch films where they can make their own opinion and not have one forced down their throats.