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article imageEgypt’s Salafi party plans documentary on Prophet Mohammed’s life

By Anne Sewell     Sep 14, 2012 in Entertainment
A documentary titled "What if the world did not witness Mohammed?" is being planned by Egypt's main Salafi Nour Party. It is not clear if this is in response to the film which has outraged the Middle East.
The Salafi Nour Party told local media on Friday that it is planning a new documentary on the life of the Prophet Mohammed.
Egypt Independent newspaper reported that the film, entitled “What if the world did not witness Mohammed?” will be in Arabic, and will also be translated into English and French, and will run for approximately 30 minutes.
Nour Party spokesperson, Mohamed Nour, said that the documentary will reportedly take about one month to be completed, and Salafi leaders of Da'wa and Nour parties have formed a group of journalists to write the script. He further said that they have invited actors and singers to participate in the production.
At present, it is not clear if this documentary is being produced as a reaction to the recent scandal over the U.S. produced film "Innocence of Muslims, which mocks Prophet Mohammed and has caused outrage and violent protests in several cities across in the Middle East, centered around U.S. embassies in those countries.
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