Yes, there is a UN Declaration of Human Rights. And yes, there are 30 articles in the declaration. But what exactly human rights are? True inherent rights of all individuals regardless of their race, class, language, origin and any other external factor?! Or mere tools to be abused by international powers for the manipulation of world affairs?! Through these documentary films we look into Human rights with the broad sense of the term.
Lethal Medicine: A French Souvenir
An investigative documentary on the tainted French medicine and its import to Iran, and the consequent death of hundreds of hemophilic patients.
The Bride Behind the Altar
Celibacy is considered a taboo in the Catholic Church, but now a number of women have shattered their silence with a letter to the Pope questioning celibacy and asking for the marriage of priests.
Here without Me
This documentary looks into the life of Izadi Kurds who have been forced to flee their hometown due to Daesh’s atrocities.
This documentary investigates the US occupation of the Guantanamo Bay from a historical point of view putting into perspective a wide range of its past and present illegalities and tortures at the bas...
France: Responsible but not Guilty?
Reveals the details of France's infected blood scandal where the French government knowingly distributed HIV-contaminated blood, infecting thousands throughout France and abroad.
Cambodia: Remnants of a Genocide
During the harsh years of the rule of the Khmer Rouge over Cambodia the entire country suffered but no group more than the Muslim minority persecuted for their race and religion.
Back from Syria
An exclusive documentary dealing with the practice of Jihad al-Nikah that began – and has spread - with (mostly) Tunisian girls who volunteer/are forced to provide comfort to Takfiri groups.