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The Message (1977) BRrip 720p x264 Dual Audio [Eng-Urdu] ESubs

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Imdb Picture Title: The Message
Year: 1976
Runtime: 177 minutes
Votes: 36605
Rating: 8.3/10
Language: English, Arabic
Country: Lebanon, Libya, Kuwait, Morocco, UK
All Genres: Adventure, Biography, Drama, History, War
Plot Outline: In the 7th century, Mohammed, Peace Be Upon Him, is visited by Angel Gabriel who urges him to lead the people of Mecca and worship God. But they're exiled in Medina before returning to ...
Tagline: In four decades only four... "The Robe" "The Ten Commandments" "Ben-Hur" and now... For the first time...the vast, spectacular drama that changed the world!
Director: Moustapha Akkad
Writing By: H.A.L. Craig,Tewfik El-Hakim,A.B. Jawdat El-Sahhar,A.B. Rahman El-Sharkawi,Mohammad Ali Maher,
Produced By: Moustapha Akkad,Harold Buck,Mohammad Sanousi,
Music: Maurice Jarre

In the 7th century, Mohammed, Peace Be Upon Him, is visited by Angel Gabriel who urges him to lead the people of Mecca and worship God. But they're exiled in Medina before returning to Mecca to take up arms against their oppressors and liberate their city in the name of God (Allah).

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The message that transformed a pagan Arab society to a civilized society is the main theme of the movie. The hardships that Mohammed, Peace Be Upon Him, like his predecessor Prophets faced along with his followers, followed by an exile, formation of a state based on values is the main plot of the movie. This is an excellent and a true depiction of the Islamic era set in the 6th century AD. To all interested in understanding a great way of life -Islam.

- Written by Masoud Abdul Rahiman
Anthony Quinn as Hamza
Irene Papas as Hind
Michael Ansara as Abu Sofyan
Johnny Sekka as Bilal
Michael Forest as Khalid
Garrick Hagon as Ammar
Damien Thomas as Zaid
André Morell as Abu-Talib
Martin Benson as Abu-Jahal
Robert Brown as Otba

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Name:The Message (1977) BRrip 720p x264 Dual Audio [Eng-Urdu] ESubs
Mohammad, Messenger of God

(in Arabic: ??????? Ar-Risalah; U.S. title: The Message) is a 1976 film directed
by Mustapha Akkad chronicling the life and times of Muhammad, the prophet of
Islam. Released in both Arabic and English, Mohammad, Messenger of God serves as
an introduction to early Islamic history.


The film follows Muhammad starting with Islam’s beginnings in Mecca in which the
Muslims are persecuted, the exodus to Medina, and ending with the Muslims’
triumphant return to Mecca. A number of crucial events, such as the Battle of
Badr and Battle of Uhud are depicted, and the majority of the story is told from
the point-of-view of peripheral individuals such as Hamza ibn `Abd al-Muttalib
(Muhammad’s uncle), Abu Sufyan (the leader of Mecca) and his wife Hind bint
Utbah (enemies of Islam who later become Muslims themselves)


Director Akkad faced resistance from Hollywood to making a film about the
origins of Islam and had to go outside the United States to raise the production
money for the film. Lack of financing nearly shut down the film as the initial
backers pulled out; financing was finally provided by former Libyan leader
Muammar al-Gaddafi. The film was shot in Libya and Morocco, with production
taking four and a half months to build the cities of Mecca and Medina as they
looked in Muhammad’s time.

Director Akkad saw the film as a way to bridge the gap between the Western and
Islamic world, stating in a 1976 interview:

“I did the film because it is a personal thing for me. Besides its production
values as a film, it has its story, its intrigue, its drama. Beside all this I
think there was something personal, being Muslim myself who lived in the west I
felt that it was my obligation my duty to tell the truth about Islam. It is a
religion that has a 700 million following, yet it’s so little known about it
which surprised me. I thought I should tell the story that will bring this
bridge, this gap to the west.”

Akkad also filmed an Arabic version of the film (in which Muna Wassef played
Hind) simultaneously with an Arab cast, for audiences in the Middle East. He
felt that dubbing the English version in Arabic would not be enough, as the
Arabic acting style differs significantly from that of Hollywood. The actors
took turns doing the English and Arabic versions in each scene. Both the English
and Arabic versions are now sold together on some DVDs.

In a film review, The New York Times reported that “when the film was scheduled
to premier in the U.S., another Muslim extremist group staged a siege against
the Washington D.C. chapter of the B’nai B’rith under the mistaken belief that
Anthony Quinn played Mohammed in the film, threatening to blow up the building
and its inhabitants unless the film’s opening was cancelled. The standoff was
resolved” after the deaths of a journalist and policeman, but “the film’s
American box office prospects never recovered from the unfortunate controversy.”

Depiction of Muhammad

In accordance with Muslim beliefs regarding depictions of Muhammad, he was not
depicted on-screen nor was his voice heard. At the beginning of the film, a
statement is displayed, “The makers of this film honor the Islamic tradition
which holds that the impersonation of the Prophet offends against the
spirituality of his message. Therefore, the person of Mohammad will not be

This rule extended to his wives, his daughters, his sons-in-law, and his caliphs
(Abu Bakr as-Siddiq, Ali ibn Abi ?alib, Umar ibn Khattab,Uthman ibn Affan). This
left Muhammad’s uncle Hamza (Anthony Quinn) and his adopted son Zayd (Damien
Thomas) as the central characters. During the battles of Badr and Uhud depicted
in the movie, Hamza was in nominal command, even though the actual fighting was
led by Muhammad.

Whenever Muhammad was present or very close by, his presence was indicated by
light organ music. His words, as he spoke them, were repeated by someone else
such as Hamza, Zayd and Bilal. When a scene called for him to be present, the
action was filmed from his point of view. Others in the scene nodded to the
unheard dialogue.

The closest the film comes to a depiction of Muhammad or his immediate family
are the view of Ali‘s famous two-pronged sword Zulfiqarduring the battle scenes,
a glimpse of a staff in the scenes at the Kaaba or in Medina, and Muhammad’s
camel, Qaswa. Please Keep Seeding!!!
Category:Other > Religious
Total Size:1.64 GB
Info Hash:b9008e21663729cd0cd326b4aa2353d7cb196f60
Added By:muzamilmalik
Date Added:14-10-2017 06:16:21

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