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International Quranic Open University Allow Education of Unsuspecting Public about Avatar
Contributed by IQOU Saturday, 06 February 2010

International Qur’anic Open University ‘Allow Education of Unsuspecting Public about Avatar’

(IQOU PRESS RELEASE) In a recent CNN report, attention was drawn to the fact that some viewers of the movie Avatar have lost touch with reality and are experiencing bouts with severe depression and are hence strongly considering suicide. The director of the movie, James Cameron, stated that Avatar may have been a little too real for some fans who say they have experienced depression and suicidal thoughts after seeing the film because they long to enjoy the beauty of the alien world, Pandora. We at the International Quranic Open University (IQOU) are very familiar with this type of behavior, as well as its causes and cure. As a premier institution of Islamic scholarship, IQOU has been offering courses since 1980.Since its inception, His Eminence Imam El Sheikh Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, El Hashmi has served as its only Vice Chancellor. For over three decades, Imam ElSheikh Gilani has authored many books and produced and distributed numerous audio and DVD cassettes with discourses on various topics of interest to Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Most recently, he has released a two-part DVD set entitled Jinniology, a documentary which details the existence of non-human beings that exist amongst us and the ill effects they have on those who partake in black magic and are adversely affected through subliminal encounters via television, movies and music, all of which can encourage dangerous and lasting abnormal psychological consequences.

We are asking CNN for the opportunity to let people know about Jinn possession, the dangers it presents and the harm it causes. Right now there is a massive onslaught of Satanic influences, and we have the remedy to counter its effects. We are searching for an avenue, be it cinema or perhaps a television program to show our documentary to the public. We feel very much concerned for the health of the American public and for the youth, in particular. Movies, like Avatar, only cause psychological damage and encourage suicide and abnormal behavior for the uninformed of what the reality truly is. As stated, we need the means to reach the masses and to get our message out. One cannot help but wonder what the motives are for producing and releasing such movies churned out by Hollywood that only serve to teach foul language and entices viewers to adopt socially unacceptable conduct.

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A clue might be found in the Vatican’s publication the L’Osservatore, when it said the film “gets bogged down by a spiritualism linked to the worship of nature.” Similarly, Vatican Radio said Avatar “cleverly winks at all those pseudo-doctrines that turn ecology into the religion of the millennium.” “Nature is no longer a creation to defend, but a divinity to worship,” the radio said. The comments of Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, do reflect Pope Benedict XVI’s views on the dangers of turning nature into a “new divinity.”

If this Satanic technology in movies and the internet is left unabated then who amongst our youth will be left to defend our country and our ideals? America must wake up to this present danger. We trust that the opportunity will be afforded to educate the unsuspecting and uninformed public about an aspect of life that is of common knowledge to those in the East. There are so many who are searching for an understanding of the meaning of existence and to live a happy life, only to be bombarded with a “fantasy” so called virtual reality that, unfortunately, leaves them open to be preyed upon by those “spirits that tend on mortal thoughts” -as so eloquently put by Shakespeare. The need of the hour is dire.

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