• Title: Mujahid
  • Author: Quent Cordair
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mujahid A screenplay jihadists will hate and civilized people will love Set in Chicago during the holiday season the story involves a conflict between Husam a young Muslim man who takes Islam seriously and
    A screenplay jihadists will hate and civilized people will love Set in Chicago during the holiday season, the story involves a conflict between Husam, a young Muslim man who takes Islam seriously, and his younger brother Jasim The conflict escalates after Husam is handed a heavy bag by a bearded man and gets on a bus heading downtown How is the conflict resolved A screenplay jihadists will hate and civilized people will love Set in Chicago during the holiday season, the story involves a conflict between Husam, a young Muslim man who takes Islam seriously, and his younger brother Jasim The conflict escalates after Husam is handed a heavy bag by a bearded man and gets on a bus heading downtown How is the conflict resolved In an immensely satisfying way as fans of Cordair s work would expect Daniel Wahl, The Objective Standard Running time approx 30 minutes.

    One Reply to “Mujahid”

    1. This short screenplay is a tight, concentrated burst of heroism. It is a fast read but a gripping, exquisite portrayal of a somewhat unexpected hero. If stories were coffee this would be a double shot Americano in a go cup! Political correctness is nowhere to be found here. Mujahid presents a showdown between rational, life-loving good and murderous, depraved, mystical evil. I thoroughly enjoyed it and hope that some brave filmmaker will give this tale the big screen treatment that it deserves. [...]

    2. I think this might be the first screenplay I've ever read, so I don't know how the others are, but Mr. Cordair did an excellent job of creating the scenes for me, so that I could see exactly what the characters are doing. I loved the ability to visualize them entirely in my head. His scenes came to life for me. And the dialogue was excellent. A powerful read and a brave story that had me cheering at the end.

    3. #3 on 's Screenplay Bestseller list, #1 in Hot New Releases. The story of two immigrant brothers on a bus ride to downtown Chicago. Jasim, the younger, wants nothing more than to see the Christmas tree lighting and the holiday decorations in the store windows. Husam, the older brother, has different plans for the shopping district. Running time: 30 minutes. "A screenplay jihadists will hate and civilized people will love." - Daniel Wahl, The Objective Standard.

    4. Just read it while waiting for a plane. Wow. I couldn't wait to praise this work, so I'll need to write a better review later. A slice of reality and social commentary that the politically correct will be afraid to touch. A hot topic brought down to earth, to the stark, concrete, personal level. A quick read that will take a long time to digest.

    5. This was a quick, moving read. I read it in its entirety in one sitting, and gave it a standing ovation at the end. It's an easily accessible little story, with a nicely woven plot. Cordair's writing in the Romantic Realism genre is nothing short of masterly. Like his "Lunch Break" collection, readers can feast their eyes on this one during their lunch break, and walk away fully satisfied by its ending. And like said collection, I'll be giving this one five stars, too. A cleverly executed detona [...]

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