Media Musings Blog Archive A cheap movie that set back the Muslim communities back to the dark ages The world erupted when a low budget anti Islam film titled Innocence of Muslims surfaced on YouTube two weeks ago specifically releasing it on the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
It was, without a doubt, a bad timing for the Americans who are remembering their loved ones and also for those involved in ongoing bloodshed in Syria, Palestine and Burma, making their news no longer of value when much sexy and 'worthy' stories of 'angry' 'Muslims' and 'Violent' protesters shook the streets at home. The film was cheesy and stupid to say the least, and yes, I'll admit it, I watched burberry shop online outlet the film, because I needed to see what the fuss was about and to decide whether it was worth the anger that surrounded Muslim communities all over the world. I found it unbearably difficult to go beyond watching the first 15 minutes; not because it was offensive, no, not at all; it was rather poorly written and horrendously directed. Not to mention, film director claimed it depicted the real life of the Prophet Muhammad, however, it was extremely defamatory. It was a bad day for the Muslim community here in Australia because as usual, every member becomes responsible. I was yearning for an explanation from the Muslim when is burberry sale community and burberry private sale 2016 there it was. Another good piece written by on September 19 also for the was insightful piece that showed the other side of the story and responded to Aly's article in a subtle manner. One thing I did not expect to hear from Muslims speaking up on this issue is attack. Just when I thought it cant get worse, the Muslim version of Andrew Bolt spoke up and I wished he didn't. Waleed Aly shares his opinion in The Age on September 17, where as usual he has let the Muslim community down. His tone was angry and degrading to the Muslim community. What Aly did in fact was reinforcing stereotypes of Muslims as savages and out of control bunch that used the 'anti Islam' film as an excuse to lead rage. That was definitely not something the Muslim community wanted to read. Abuse towards Muslims was always there but at times needed to have something done to ignite it. Friends were sworn at and spat on in Melbournians streets and told to go back to where they came from. A text message spread where it warned Muslim girls who are 'visibly' Muslim to avoid going out due to the verbal and physical attacks. I can't completely blame Aly for this, but it did make me think about media's ethical responsibility towards the public and it also made me question their role in giving voice for those that add fuel to the fire. Innocence of Muslims Film, Muslims, Riots, Sydney Protests Posted under: Media ethics Dated: Sep 28 2012 A good starting point for this would actually have been the last par this is what you would need to explore for an opinion post. Remember to introduce your post (anecdotes or questions are good starting points), then make your opinion clear, then back it up with argument, evidence, links etc. Some of the structure is a bit confusing, for example you mention Aly before introducing him into the piece. Every caption needs a photo and credit. Make sure links open in a new window.
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