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The Singer And The Song

Here, in the comments, the commenter reactionry gives us an horrendous pun (much appreciated) and suggests some appropriate music for the posted piece. Very droll, I’m sure.

 However, I do feel that the general thrust of Islam today is summed up much more appropriately in this small piece of music.
 
I rather think that Brian Roberts’ (played by Michael York) question – “Do you still think that you can control them” – addressed to Maximilian von Heune (played by Helmut Griem) towards the end of this clip, is one that we should be asking ourselves about Muslims today.
 
I don’t think that we would like the answer – perhaps that is why we seldom ask the question.


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