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The Smell of Paradise (2005)

An Islamic world tour is documented here by visits to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Chechnia, and Qatar, to highlight events post 9/11, including footage taken a few years before. The film above ... See full summary »
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Ibn Al-Khattab Ibn Al-Khattab ... Himself
Shamil Basayev Shamil Basayev ... Himself
Khozh-Ahmed Noukhaev Khozh-Ahmed Noukhaev ... Himself
Zelimkhan Yandarbiev Zelimkhan Yandarbiev ... Himself
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An Islamic world tour is documented here by visits to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Chechnia, and Qatar, to highlight events post 9/11, including footage taken a few years before. The film above all endeavors to shed light on the process leading young men to the radical choice of self-sacrifice, becoming human bombs. The directors of the film traveled for ten years throughout these countries under heavy Moslem influence, and met with clan leaders, mullahs, and other strict followers of the Koran. Written by Gonz30

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English | Russian

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9 September 2005 (Canada) See more »

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A mennyország illata See more »

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Amago,BNT,Phanta Film See more »
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It is a sweet musky scent, unlike anything else and can be smelt from a distance of 40 years.
10 June 2018 | by baztunSee all my reviews

Surprise you can still find this video on the internet, misleading title though.

There is nothing about smelling the scent paradise. It is a sweet musky scent.

Not a part of the world that gets reported on often. Very basic facilities, how could the originators of 9/11 be from here? They were mostly Saudi's, but also Egyptians and Lebanese.

Better to have Osama-bin-laden tried in an international court of law, found guilty on evidence, them executed. Rather than turned into a martyr.

The break down of trust between the clan and the American soldiers is worthy of note. The clan was not part of the Taliban hence they deserve to be treated with respect.


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