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In the last issue of Ny Tid they had an article about the movie Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marjane_Satrapi Nothing extraordinary about that article, but in the last issue of Ny Tid there is an article written by Najmeh Mohammadkhani. Found her blog http://nasininaes.blogspot.com/ but it has not been updated since December 2006. Anyhow, the article she wrote is published here http://www.nytid.no/index.php?sk=9&id=4342 And now to what I want to say:
My opinion is that the content of the article backfires on Najmeh. She criticize the movie for not telling the truth. She says that Satrapis focus on the hijab http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijab and asks why do not people also focus on the Indian sari or the Japanese kimono. As far as I have been able to find out there is a major difference since the hijab is so tightly related to Islam and the Korean. Women should carry the hijab so the moral of the society should be strong. There is no such connections as I know of related to the kimono and sari. In my opinion the article is written by a muslim feeling hurt because someone dares to challenge Islam and Iran in any way.
I have not seen the movie, but now I would like to, just because Najmeh's criticism of the movie made me angry... http://www.sonypictures.com/classics/persepolis/
I might agree more on Najmeh's criticism of 300, but then again, why put so much effort on a movie that anyhow is just fiction http://www.nytid.no/index.php?sk=7&id=4133
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