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Video Review: Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and the Revolt...

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Post by Rich » Fri Mar 14, 2008 4:52 pm

Video Review: Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and the Revolt of Islam

I was referred to this from the Reasons To Believe apologist list and bought the video. It is quite well done.

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Re: Video Review: Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and the Revolt...

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Post by Gman » Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:23 pm

Rich wrote:Video Review: Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and the Revolt of Islam

I was referred to this from the Reasons To Believe apologist list and bought the video. It is quite well done.
Being naturally curious about the situations in the middle east, I had to get this video as well. This is probably one the best videos I've seen on summarizing the historical events surrounding Islam and the numerous issues facing Israel. What this video is, is a fact by fact approach to the conception of Islam to the establishment of Israel (including the current events). It is very long (145 minutes), and is truck loaded with information. It is not a video that covers the Koran (or it's suras), it is merely a documentary that covers the historical events about Islam and Israel from the very beginning to the end. I really learned alot from it.

Here is more about the video on You Tube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMxLN5oTO0E

Also, if you are interested in other videos about Israel and it's history, I would also highly recommend the video called "Israel; A nation is born."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iw-Ihde9Usg
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