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A few years later, Khalid ibn Walid , a Meccan general who has killed many Muslims, converts to Islam.

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Meanwhile, Muslim camps in the desert are attacked in the night. The Muslims believe that the Meccans are responsible. Abu Sufyan comes to Medina fearing retribution and claiming that it was not the Meccans, but robbers who had broken the truce. None of the Muslims give him an audience, claiming he "observes no treaty and keeps no pledge.

Abu Sufyan seeks an audience with Muhammad on the eve of the attack. The Meccans become very scared but are reassured that no one will be abused and any in their house, by the Kaaba , or in Abu Sufyan's house will be safe. They surrender and Mecca falls into the hands of the Muslims. The pagan images of the gods in the Kaaba are destroyed, and the very first azan in Mecca is called on the Kaaba by Bilaal Ibn Rabaah.

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While creating The Message , director Akkad, who was Muslim, consulted Islamic clerics in a thorough attempt to be respectful towards Islam and its views on portraying Muhammad. Lack of financing nearly shut down the film because its initial backers pulled out. The film was shot in Morocco and Libya , with production taking four and a half months to build the cities of Mecca and Medina as they looked in Muhammad's time. Production took one year; Akkad filmed for six months in Morocco, but had to stop when the Saudi government exerted great pressure on the Moroccan government to stop the project.

Akkad went to al-Gaddafi for support in order to complete the project, and the Libyan leader allowed him to move the filming to Libya for the remaining six months. Akkad saw the film as a way to bridge the gap between the Western and Islamic worlds , stating in a 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. Besides all this I think there was something personal, being a 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 million following, yet it's so little known about 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 Arabic-speaking audiences. He felt that dubbing the English version into Arabic would not be enough, because the Arabic acting style differs significantly from that of Hollywood and the Arab world.

The actors took turns doing the English and Arabic versions in each scene, and both are now sold together on some DVDs. In accordance with the beliefs of some Muslims regarding depictions of Muhammad , his face is not depicted on-screen nor is his voice heard. Because Islamic tradition generally forbids any direct representation of religious figures, the following disclaimer is displayed at the beginning of the film:.

The makers of this film honour 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 shown or heard. The rule above was also extended to his wives , his daughters including Fatimah , his sons-in-law, and the first caliphs Abu Bakr , Umar , Uthman , and Ali ibn Talib his paternal cousin. 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 or 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 or moved with the camera as though moving with Muhammad. The closest the film comes to a depiction of Muhammad or his immediate family are the view of Ali 's famous two-pronged sword Zulfiqar during the battle scenes, a glimpse of a staff in the scenes at the Kaaba or in Medina , and Muhammad's camel, Qaswa.

She noted a similar avoidance of direct depictions of Jesus in early biblical films , and suggested that "from an artistic as well as a religious point of view the film is absolutely right". DeMille Bible epic, but the direction and pace is far more languid. No more, no less. In , as the film was scheduled to premiere in the United States, a splinter group of the black nationalist Nation of Islam calling itself the Hanafi Movement staged a siege of the Washington, D.

Muna Wassef 's role as Hind in the Arabic-language version won her international recognition. In February , Barrie M.

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Osborne , producer of The Matrix and The Lord of the Rings film trilogies, was attached to produce a new film about Muhammad. The film was to be financed by a Qatari media company and was to be supervised by Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi. Any remakes have not had any further information as of now, suggesting the films have been shelved or abandoned. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film, see Muhammad: The Messenger of God film.

English version: H. Craig Arabic version: A. Jawdat al-Sahhar Tawfiq al-Hakim A. John Bloom. English version: minutes Arabic version: minutes [3].

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