Neither Allah nor Master

Griffiths, Sian
June 2012
New Internationalist;Jun2012, Issue 453, p41
The article discusses Tunisian filmmaker Nadia El Fani and her latest film project "Neither Allah nor Master," a commentary on the 2011 Tunisian revolution. It compares El Fani to director Michael Moore, comments on her goal of starting a debate over the role of religion, and presents her hopes for the future of Tunisia.


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