Verses of Love

Synopsis: This is a love story. But not just a simple love story. It's about how to deal with the ups and downs of life's problems in the Islamic way. Fahri bin Abdillah is an Indonesian student trying to reach his master's degree in Al-Azhar. Fatigue with the dust of Egypt. Dwell with a variety of targets and simplicity of life. Persisting with being a translator of religious books. All Fahri's targets were enthusiastically excited except one: getting married. Fahri is an obedient man who is so straight. He does not know the courtship before marriage. He is less articulate when confronted with a creature named woman. There are very few women close to him all along. His grandmother, his mother and his sister. Moving to Egypt made that change. It was Maria Girgis. One flat neighbor who is a Coptic Christian but admire the Qur'an, and admire Fahri. Admiration turned into love. Unfortunately, Mary's love is only poured in the diary only. Then there is Nurul. The son of a famous kyai who also dredge
Genre: Drama, Romance
130 min

But not to American infidels!

Do you know what the Americans

did in Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq?

They're accusing Muslims

of being terrorists...

whereas in fact they are the terrorists!

I don't care about all that!

Who are you? What is your problem?

I am an Indonesian and you

have offended Rasulullah.

You have defied the prophet...

and to be hostiled against Allah

later in the judgment day.

He is an Al Azhar student from Indonesia...

one of Syeh Utsman's Talaqi students.

If you are indeed one of Al Azhar's...

what do you know about the

suffering of the Arab Nation?

If any foreigners have

entered a country legally...

then their honor and

safety must be protected.

They're not foreigners!

Americans are terrorists! Infidels!

Muhammad SAW said, "He

who hurts foreigners...

hurts me. And whoever

hurts me, hurts Allah."

We may hate somebody's bad deeds.

But we still have to maintain fairness.

Stop it! What have you done? You

could be jailed, for Allah's sake!

Be patient! Be patient! Call Allah's name!

Calm down, everybody. Please calm down.

Hey, I'm Alicia. Thank you so

much for your help back there.

Your welcome, my name is Fahri.

I'm very sorry, but in Islam man

can't touch women except his wife.

Really? Actually I'm a

journalist from America.

And we're here searching about Islam

You think we could talk more?

Here's my card.

OK. I'll help you. Thanks.

This is my card. Okay.

Great, thank you so much. Your welcome.


Thank you Indonesian. Your welcome.

Are you an American? No, I'm German.

You can speak German?

A little, Alhamdulillah.

My name is Aisha. My name is Fahri.

Is this yours? Alhamdulillah,

I thought it was lost.

You are a good Muslim. I rarely

come across a Muslim like you.

Assalamualaikum. Alaikumsalam.

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Salman Aristo

Salman Aristo (born 1976) is an Indonesian screenwriter and film director best known for his work on Ayat-Ayat Cinta, Laskar Pelangi, Garuda di Dadaku, and Sang Penari. Born in Jakarta, Aristo became interested in films from a young age, though he did not consider a career in the industry until after graduating from university. At the suggestion of a friend, he wrote his first screenplay, Tak Pernah Kembali Sama. With feedback on the script from director Rudy Soedjarwo and after a period reading old, successful scripts, Aristo – at the time a film reviewer for a magazine – was able to befriend Hanung Bramantyo, who asked him to write a script about brownies. The resulting film, a critical success, led to Aristo receiving numerous requests for screenplays, including several adaptations of novels. In 2010, he released his directorial debut, Jakarta Maghrib. Aristo, who is married to fellow screenwriter Ginatri S. Noer, is influenced by several Western and Indonesian screenwriters, including Woody Allen, Robert Altman, Richard Linklater, Richard Curtis, Arifin C. Noer, and Asrul Sani. He has been nominated for three Citra Awards for screenwriting, although he has yet to win. more…

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