Several experts and scholars of Islamic culture and religion give interviews during the documentary, explaining the roots of this idea that Islam is a religion of peace and then go on to dispel and discredit that idea. The testimony of Walid Shoebat was particularly compelling as he is an admitted former PLO terrorist now a Christian convert and advocate for Israel. These interviews are interspersed with citations from the Koran, clips of foreign leaders' speeches and interviews, Islamic artwork, and footage from Islamic television broadcasts.
While I may not have learned anything new about Islam, I was reminded of the absolute lack of any concept of love for God or one's fellow man in the religion. Islam, by it's very nature is devoid of joy. It is unfathomable, to me, that such a religion would have any attraction, what so ever, and yet it is arguably the fastest growing demographic/religion in the world.
This documentary is a must see for Christians and Americans, especially after seeing the reaction of Libyan muslims to the release and homecoming of the Lockerbie bomber. The man is a national and Islamic hero for murdering 270 people. I would recommend this documentary for older teens due to isolated content of an adult nature.