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Hamburger Lektionen

Author: Romuald Karmakar; Manfred Zapatka; Pantera Film (Firm); Suhrkamp Verlag.; et al
Publisher: Frankfurt am Main : Suhrkamp, 2009.
Series: Filmedition Suhrkamp, 8.
Edition/Format:   DVD video   Computer File : GermanView all editions and formats
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"In 2000, Mohammed Fazazi was the Imam (or faith leader) at the Al Quds mosque in Hamburg, Germany, and near the end of the holy observance of Ramadan, Fazazi led several teaching sessions for his congregation in which attendees would be allowed to ask questions about the Qur'an and Islamic principles that they would normally be required to present in writing. Two of the sessions were videotaped, and in them Fazazi  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Documentary films
Nonfiction films
DVD-Video
Speeches, addresses, etc
Named Person: Muḥammad Fāzāzī
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Romuald Karmakar; Manfred Zapatka; Pantera Film (Firm); Suhrkamp Verlag.; et al
ISBN: 3518135082 9783518135082
OCLC Number: 302315442
Language Note: In German.
Notes: DVD release of the 2006 production.
Credits: Camera, Fred Schuler, Frank Müller, Casey Campell ; editor, Romuald Karmakar, Karin Nowarra.
Performer(s): Readings by Manfred Zapatka.
Description: 1 videodisc (133 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (26 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD; mono.
Series Title: Filmedition Suhrkamp, 8.
Responsibility: Pantera Film ; regie, Romuald Karmakar ; textbuch, Romuald Karmakar ... [et al.].

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"In 2000, Mohammed Fazazi was the Imam (or faith leader) at the Al Quds mosque in Hamburg, Germany, and near the end of the holy observance of Ramadan, Fazazi led several teaching sessions for his congregation in which attendees would be allowed to ask questions about the Qur'an and Islamic principles that they would normally be required to present in writing. Two of the sessions were videotaped, and in them Fazazi speaks (among other things) about his attitudes about Europe and America, and Islamic positions towards nations that embrace other faiths and support policies that run counter to Muslim law. Fazazi's statements proved to be wildly controversial after the fact when it became known that a number of the attendees at his 2000 presentations later participated in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington D.C., including three of the four suicide pilots. Filmmaker Romuald Karmakar transcribed Fazazi's statements from the surviving videotapes, and in the film Hamburger Lektionen (or Hamburg Lectures), actor Manfred Zapatka delivers Fazazi's speeches in full"--Www.fandango.com.

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