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Osamah Sami - Good Muslim Boy flac album
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Osamah Sami - Good Muslim Boy flac album

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Good Muslim Boy
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Credits

  • Read By – David Tredinnick (tracks: Foreword), Osamah Sami
  • Written-By – Osamah Sami

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other: ISBN 9781489080950
  • Barcode: 9 781489 080950

Good Muslim Boy book. Meet Osamah Sami: a schemer, a dreamer and a madcap antihero of spectacular proportions whose terrible life choices keep leading to cataclysmic consequence. espite his best laid plans to be a Good Muslim Boy. By the age of thirteen, Osamah had survived the Iran–Iraq war, peddled fireworks and chewing gum on the Iranian black market, proposed 'temporary marriage' not onc Meet Osamah Sami: a schemer, a dreamer and a madcap antihero of spectacular proportions whose terrible life choices keep leading to cataclysmic consequence.

Meet Osamah Sami: a schemer, a dreamer and a madcap antihero of spectacular proportions whose terrible life choices keep leading to cataclysmic consequences. despite his best-laid plans to be a Good Muslim Boy. By the age of 13, Osamah had survived the Iran–Iraq War, peddled fireworks and chewing gum on the Iranian black market, proposed temporary marriage' not once but three times, and received countless floggings from the Piety Police for trying to hold hands with girlsin dark cinemas. And the trouble didn't stop when Osamah emigrated to Australia

His book Good Muslim Boy received the 2016 NSW Premier’s Literary Award. Osamah co-wrote and starred in Australia’s first Muslim romantic comedy, Ali’s Wedding, which received the Audience Award for Best Feature Film at the 2017 Sydney Film Festival. Aaliyah Bilal on Black Lives in Jazz Age Shanghai 2018 LitFest Podcast.

Osamah Sami’s memoir Good Muslim Boy, upon which the play is based, won a 2016 New South Wales Premier’s Literary Award. Director Janice Muller Designer Romanie Harper Lighting Designer Ben Hughes Sound Designer & Composer Phil Slade. Cast includes Rodney Afif, Nicole Nabout and Osamah Sami.

Osamah (Osamah Sami) grew up in Melbourne but first lived through the grim consequences of the political turmoil of the Middle East. His father (played byRodney Afif), an important Islamic Cleric in Melbourne is well respected in the community and an exemplary human. When the complaints of Osamah's unconventional behaviour reach his ears, coupled with his own concerns for the downward turn Osamah life has taken, he decides to book a Father and Son trip back home. Osamah may not have followed in his father's footsteps or even been a good Muslim boy but I feel his father would be proud of him and of his show. This why I wanted to tell my story. Not to show my plight as a kid during the war, but to hopefully (inshallah) act as a conduit between your kind selves and a people who are otherwise only talked about, and rarely heard from. Emotions don't discriminate against our skin colour or faith.