Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?
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I don't usually like to watch a film twice, but I would see this one again in a heartbeat.
For the past several years I have been a huge supporter of the "war on terror" and the policies of the Bush administration. I watch Fox News daily and listen to O'Reilly, Hannity, and Glenn Beck everyday on the radio.
I have no intention of changing my political leanings or favorites any time soon. However, this book opened my eyes to many issues and perspectives that I had never considered.
This book is a "light read" but very informative and engaging.
This is a timely, well written, clever approach to where the global war on terrorism came from and is headed unless we change directions in a positive and proactive manner.
The interviews the author collects along his journey are thought-provoking. Spurlock raises serious questions as to why we in America don't hear more from those who would truly like to work with the United States to bring about a peaceful resolution of those challenges we face than we do from those whose mantra has thus far proven a calamity of immense proportions.
A soundly written, well researched, oblique approach to where in the world the Global War on Terrorism is headed unless we seek the answers we may not like to hear, and enact new policies and adopt new attitudes in order to bring this particular global war to a meaningful and honorable end.
The final chapter of this book is the most powerful and the most human. In and of itself it reveals how important good choices and right priorities are in this life.
The facts are these: OBL has not been found, Al Qaeda is still strong and probably growing, the war on terror is not working, and current policies are not effective. Sowing more discord throughout an already troubled region is not going to help any of us now or in the long run.
This is not as strong as some of Spurlock's previous work, but it is worth a look for its relevant subject matter.
This is a book which presents the present-day socio-political climate without resorting to any jargon. It is one man's attempt to understand how the world has become such a dangerous place in the space of a few decades, and his resulting narrative is also an impassioned appeal for humanizing the enemy, for improving the quality of life of millions of people who struggle just to put food on their tables every day, and the need to use the modern communications we have at our disposal to educate people all over the world. A must read for anybody; I am not a current-affairs buff, but even I enjoyed Mr. Spurlock's reasonable tone, his genuine effort to stay open-minded, and his honest attempt at looking at the world through the eyes of people driven to the extreme, who have gone off the deep end, and resorted to murder and mayhem in order to achieve their objectives.
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This film does more to demystify the people of the middle east and Islamic terrorist than any other on the topic.Published 24 months ago by Nic Wester
Where in the World Is Osama bin Laden byMorgan Spurlock is a very interesting movie but perhaps less interesting in the post-bin laden era.Published on March 27, 2014 by Same Ole - SE MO
Morgan Spurlock! He is very talented. I am a big documentary guy. I always try to get people to watch interesting documentaries but it seems nobody wants to learn anything. Read morePublished on March 18, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This is Morgan Spurlock's best film. If it sounded like an outrageous quest to begin with - Spurlock carries out his mission with conviction and does a serious and provocative job... Read morePublished on October 6, 2013 by G. YEO
This movie was much more than I expected. I was expecting to see a crazy guy traveling the world, looking everywhere for the "former" worlds #1 terrorist. Read morePublished on September 30, 2013 by Mr.NorthWest
I liked Supersize Me so much that i got this.
It is interesting but this attempt fails to be a great documentary in the likes of Michael Moores. Read more
I found this movie surprisingly profound and moving. I was expecting something more tongue-in-cheek and sarcastic even, something that was used to embarrass or expose, but that... Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by bronx book nerd
The answer to "Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?" was "in a mansion in Abbottabad, Pakistan" but now the answer is "in a box, being crapped on my American soldiers".Published on May 1, 2011 by tj walker
"Where in the World is Osama Bin Ladin?" was made in 2008 and captures on film the Middle East's issues with hopelessness for young, jobless men, and the powerlessness of the... Read morePublished on April 27, 2011 by Loyd Eskildson