The documentary itself consists basically a group of stand up presentations performed by Dean Obeidallah (the funny guy), Negin Farsad and their team in several different cities in the US. The interesting thing is that they managed to attract people from all of the religions to their shows. The audience was literally mixed. There will also be moments when they put themselves out there and try to show the people how warm a Muslim can be. When they're on the streets, they offer hugs, run mini Q&A sessions and give out awards for those who play their games about religions. Why do they do that? Humm... There's no need to say that Muslims are on top of the list used to designate the most hated groups in the WORLD. To top it off, the thing got even worse after 09/11. So... That's exactly what they're trying to fix.
After watching it, I searched for their names to see if they were directing more of these works. I came up with their website, their profiles on twitter and a Facebook page. I don't know about you, but I do like to support groups like that. There are many ways to do it... If you have already watched it (and also liked it, of course) but you're not the kind of person who likes to write a post, shoot a video or deal with promotions in any other way, why don't you donate money? There's no pre-determined value! And there's more: you can do it through PayPal by using your available balance or your credit card. I'm sure it will not affect your budget - after all, you'll be donating only what you can. This will probably be a shot in the arm for them! Sometimes we spend money with so trivial things... Why not invest it in something that is actually worthy? This link will redirect you to the donation page.
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