"Obsession" Screening

The Muslim Students’ Association will be screening the film Obsession tomorrow afternoon. In case you haven’t heard of it, Obsession is a recent documentary about the threat posed by radical Islamist ideologies, which has been criticized for being Islamophobic.

It’s also controversial because over 28 million DVD copies of it have been distributed for free in the past few months by direct mail in political swing states, and through major newspapers – including the New York Times.

Decide for yourself – if 28 million votes could possibly be affected by this thing, it might be worth watching.

[EDIT 10/20, 9:30 am]
The event has been cancelled.
Sorry.

10 thoughts on “"Obsession" Screening

  1. Anonymous

    Hey don’t hate on Islam in particular because of these guys. The radical Islam situation today is terrible and depressing, but sects of many other major world religions have encouraged terrible actions in the past.

  2. Anonymous

    Hey don’t hate on Islam in particular because of these guys. The radical Islam situation today is terrible and depressing, but sects of many other major world religions have encouraged terrible actions in the past.

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