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Sayed Amjad Ali

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1953: "Participants: Sayed Amjad Ali, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Pakistan's relations with India and the United States and the deterioration of relations between the Moslem nations and the United States."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May 18, 1953 (200LW587). 1954: Pakistan's request to America for military assistance.
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1953
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Islamic Bomb [electronic resource]

Did America knowingly allow Pakistan to become the first Islamic nuclear state? Did it look the other way as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and others collaborated to create the ultimate weapon in defense of Islam? Was America so desperate to defeat the Soviets that it quietly sanctioned a trade-off, permitting the Muslim world to create a nuclear bomb in exchange for help driving the Russians from Afghanistan? This film presents a powerful and compelling indictment of U.S. nuclear policy over the past several decades, with trenchant commentary from investigative journalist Joseph Trento (The Secret History of the CIA), counterintelligence expert Mike Pilgrim, and Pakistani nuclear physicist Prof. Pervez Hoodbhoy.
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2004
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Pakistan One-on-One [electronic resource]

The devastating impact of the 9/11 terror attacks gave the American public a new stock villain: the bearded, wild-eyed Middle Easterner intent on destroying the United States. The stereotype persists more than a decade later, with many Americans unaware that the people of the Middle East hold a wide variety of opinions about the volatile global issues affecting their daily lives. In this program a camera crew takes to the streets of Lahore to ask Pakistanis what they think about U.S. foreign policy, the Taliban, the War on Terror, and the possibility of democracy in Pakistan. "We have conservatives, liberals, and those who are somewhere in between," says a university student. "We are not all AK-47-holding terrorists.
Online
2011
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Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World

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A mockumentary film in which actor Albert Brooks (playing himself) travels to India & Pakistan on behalf of the United States government, in hopes of discovering what "makes Muslims laugh."
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2006; 2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?

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After finding out his wife is pregnant, filmmaker Morgan Spurlock sets off for the Middle East in search of Osama, to make the world safer for his unborn child. He finds that people there aren't so different from the people back home.
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2008
Clemons (Stacks)