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Hamburger Lektionen (2006)

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Insightful
2 September 2007 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

So, after having had the privilege of reading Heinrich Himmler's Posen speech, Manfred Zapatka now reads Muhammed Fazazi.

Fazazi's concerns are about keeping the fire alive. He reasons why the west is in war with the Muslim world and then explains that in war times unbelievers have no rights. Also, and independent of this, any contract that is not based on the Quran is null and void. Hence the upright Muslim must feel no shame for taking the fight wherever he chooses to.

I must admit that I liked his point of view, it's such a nice response to the Hamburg bourgeois dealings that I can't help myself thinking: "Wow, they finally met!" As clear as the picture within this film is, it's of course a partial picture. Nevertheless it's interesting, because it shows that there are more things out there in the dark than we usually suspect.


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