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A JOURNEY TO IRAQ is a unique documentary, showing a side of the War on Terror that is rarely seen in mainstream media. This documentary gets up close and personal with Iraqi refugees who fled the country due to religious persecution, the faithful Christians who answered God's call to help spread Christianity to the Arab and Kurdish people, and one Missionary struggling to establish what could be the most important print shop in the Middle East.
Establishing the first Christian printing press in the Kurdish territory of Northern Iraq is more than difficult - it's almost unthinkable. But Missionary Tim Comer discovers that in the word's newest Republic, the power of Islam leaves little room for Christian Missions, and the only way to get things done is God's way.
Under the regime of Saddam Hussein, Christianity was mildly tolerated at best, and certainly was not encouraged. With the American and allied invasion came the prayers of Christians worldwide, as well as the power to establish political, personal and religious freedoms for the Iraqi people. For the first time in their lives, countless Iraqis discovered acceptable alternatives to Islam.
Michael & Me is as impassioned--and just as loaded--as Michael Moore's Oscar-winning documentary Bowling for Columbine, a film to which nationally syndicated radio and TV talk show Larry Elder takes great exception. Through interviews with gun-control critics, Second Amendment proponents, and just "normal" and "responsible" people, Elder makes an emotional and provocative case for "personal responsibility" and an ordinary citizen's right to own a gun for self defense. There are several through-the-looking-glass stories that may give gun-control advocates pause (a British man is sentenced to life in prison for shooting and wounding one intruder, and is sued by another he wounded). Elder scores some hits in challenging Moore's questionable methodology, but it's overkill to accuse him of being "anti-American." A lame animated sequence, in which Elder ambushes a speechless Moore (that'll be the day!) on "The Woprah Infrey Show" is a total misfire. Both men are seen to better advantage in clips from an actual Elder-Moore confrontation. Elder, to his credit, allows dissenting voices to state their beliefs without making them look foolish. --Donald LiebensonSee all Editorial Reviews
This is a great documentary that should be viewed by more people. I happened to hear about it on the radio so I decided I wanted to watch it. I'm really glad I bought it! Read morePublished 12 months ago by RobertaAnn
Michael Moore is such a smug, self-righteous, Left-Wing phony and Larry Elder spend two hours telling us why. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bobby33x
I love Larry Elder - good statistics on the second amendment and why gun ownership by responsible and law abiding citizens protects them and not criminals.Published 21 months ago by Karen
I bought this to see what my talk radio station what talking about. I guess... :-) It's a REDBOX VHS in my opinion. LOLPublished on April 11, 2013 by Louis Walker
I think this movie does a good job exposing people Like Michael Moore and their failing attempt and logic to remove the second amendment. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by Name
Larry knows how to weave a story. Very good movie. I don't know why I didn't view it earlier. A must see!Published on January 22, 2012 by Jimmy the K
Get smacked in the face with some libertarian common sense. An excellent defense of the second amendment and another counter to Michael Moore's sensationalist nonsense.Published on January 16, 2012 by ALLUSA
I had higher hopes for this DVD. I had followed Larry's progress and hype for this. I think he was on track, and I agree with his views (not Michael Moore's) but I think the end... Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by Buffy