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Documentary: The Muslims Are Coming! Trailer

17 April 2012 General 5 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

The Muslims Are Coming! Trailer

A film by Negin Farsad & Dean Obeidallah
Please help us finish this movie on Kickstarter!

@MuslimsRComing – @NeginFarsad – @DeanObeidallah

A group of Muslim-American standup comedians go on the road counter Islamophobia using the only weapon they have: jokes. The Muslims Are Coming! follows these comics as they visit big cities, rural villages, and everything in between to do shows, meet locals, and counter the haters. Commentary from pop culture icons like the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart, Rachel Maddow, Janeane Garofalo, CNN’s Soledad O’Brien, David Cross, and Lewis Black pepper the film as the comedians travel through middle America. Will audiences laugh? Will they make a difference? Will they make it back? Rest assured, you’ve never laughed this hard at a Muslim!


  1. I’ll share this trailer and I pay big money to see it

  2. This is the wrong way to go. Instead of trying to become totally like Americans, we should just keep the good things and as Muslims, not do the bad things. These types of videos only reduce the level of Muslims.

  3. free rice kid. you frequent this website?

    don’t tell me you are the inventors son?

    sorry everyone, totally off toopic, but it is a pretty cool website, especially if you know someone preparing for the SATs

  4. my bad. duh, your name is a link. totally forgot about that feature. anyways do you have to pay for the link thing?

    i’m not too savy with all the social media stuff. but i remembered reading about that some time ago. sent this story to all my nieces and nephews.

    what level vocab can you do? just tried 60. didn’t feed anyone.

  5. When I had Direct tv I saw a one hour stand up comedy show by muslims that was hilarious on either freespeech tv or link tv channels. Now that I have time warner I check comedy channel from time to time for them and have not seen them. Don’t know if it is because comedy channel is staying away from them or what. Being able to laugh at serious things makes them less threatening and helps reduce tensions. I hope this makes it to one of the regular channels.

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