How powerful is the video documentary “Obsession” – an exposé of radical Islam’s agenda throughout the world?
So powerful that at least one metro daily newspaper has refused a paid deal to distribute free educational copies of the acclaimed DVD to subscribers.
The Detroit Free Press recently turned down a paid insertion of the video, saying “it would have been potentially divisive and counterproductive to the good work the local Arab and Muslim organizations and individuals are doing to contribute to the rebirth of Detroit and Southeast Michigan.”
“Obsession” is an exposé of the brand of radical Islam that brought down the Twin Towers on 9/11 – not a video tirade against Arabs and Muslim-Americans doing good work in their communities.
Detroit’s censorship follows other attempts to quash “Obsession” that also made headlines, such as when administrators from Pace University attempted to prevent the documentary’s screening, fearing Muslim opposition. Similar incidents occurred at the State University of New York-Stonybrook, Georgia Tech University as well as in the Winnipeg, Manitoba, community.
So what’s so scary about “Obsession”? Using actual video footage from Arabic TV rarely seen in the West, as well as interviews with former terrorists, “Obsession” documents the calls for world domination and global jihad made by Islamic leaders daily. No need to read between the lines here – their message is loud and clear. The undercover footage shows suicide bomber initiations, the indoctrination of young children into hate and violence, secret jihad meetings and public celebrations of 9/11.
Due to its vivid exposition of the terrorists’ ideology and methodology, “Obsession” has been used by numerous military and security personnel for educational purposes.
And yet, “Obsession” has become “the movie Hollywood doesn’t want you to see,” due to the fact that despite overwhelming public interest, no distributor was willing to pick up the film for release because of its controversial nature.
Despite all the opposition, the feature-length edition of “Obsession” – which was awarded Best Feature Film at the Liberty Film Festival and a Special Jury Award at the WorldFest Houston – is now being released to the public.
If you’d like to see for yourself what all the controversy is about, you can now get this eye-opening documentary from WorldNetDaily. And in a very special offer – today only – readers can get “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West” from WND’s online store for only $4.95, a savings of $15 off the normal $19.99 price!
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CNN’s Glenn Beck says, “‘Obsession’ is without exaggeration one of the most important films of our time … Please, you must see it.”
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