Of Fathers And Sons
A Day In The Life Of A Radical Islamist Family

Of Fathers And Sons - A Day In The Life Of A Radical Islamist Family
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John

This documentary was an awe shocking cold hard truth about other peoples war, it starts out about a man who believes his religions faith is the right one for all of his fellow countrymen, then ends with him losing his foot and his begotten minor Son for which he felt was right to sacrifice to ...Read more

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BENJAMIN

I feel for them... but at least now I feel less guilty for fighting that ideology.

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