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With free trade economics, all the money spent at the retail or end user level quickly fans out to where the products are made and the investments reside. It does not stay in place to recycle our economy. And cheaper imports cost jobs. Yet Islam has broken up into many warring sects and therefore cannot be true if the Quran is right.” Moreover, Morey in his book shows many more contradictions and absurdities in the Quran, there are and how Muhammad incorporated extra Biblical and Jewish folklore along with pre Islamic Arabian myth and parts of Zoroastrian and Hindu stories into the Quran. Furthermore, the Muslims claim that “the Quran is the direct, literal word of God unmodified in any way by the Prophet who uttered them at the bidding of God.” Nevertheless, in the book UNVEILING ISLAM by Ergun Mehmet and Eethi Caner has shown that the Quran was modified in the following account on pages 45. “Muhammad felt the need to improve on the words of Allah, since he changed Allah’s wisdom for his own on several occasions.
Belinda AcostaBrothers Wyatt and Zack Phillips half cursed their compilation of the work of eight Austin DV filmmakers by modeling it on 1965’s Six in Paris. Living up to the legacy of a film that united 16mm shorts by such heroes of the New Wave as Jean Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, and Eric Rohmer is a difficult task (and one that’s been assayed before by at least two higher profile compilations), and so watching the Austin update of Paris Vu Par consistently reminds one of two sad facts: Austin circa 2002 is no Paris circa 1965, and digital video no matter how much you mess with the white balance is no 16mm. Still, Six in Austin has enough great moments (the lovely photography of Kat Candler’s otherwise heavy handed “The Absence of Wings,” the quiet simplicity of the Phillips brothers’ “Carlos,” and the whole of David and Nathan Zellner’s hilariously pitiful “Rummy”) to make up for its more awkward ones (Gonzalo Gonzalez’s leaden and improbable “Beset”), and enough glimmers of magic to make a case for the sound health of a truly independent film scene in Austin.