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> It's very hard for me to comprehend why he put his name on the list because he's a very social person. He is a person full of life.
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>> I hope that it will, first of all, it will make people understand that our enemies are human beings. I don't editorialize, I don't put the voice over there, I don't try to tell people what to think about it. I'm just showing the everyday situation of these al-Qaeda insurgents.
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>> Through Refsdal's camera, the fighters are seen drinking tea, discussing weddings and how to season meat with rosemary>> Abu is an extrovert from Saudi Arabia. He watched his young daughter he's never met grow up through video clips and he's put his name on a so-called martyr list for suicide missions against the regime of Syrian President Assad.
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And then he wants to drive a truck with four tons of explosives and push the button. It's very difficult to understand.>> Refsdal says broadcasters have been nervous about airing a film that shows Islamic militants as human beings. He worries that few people could end up seeing this angle of serious conflict.