The film, Ahmad and Maryam depict a forbidden love story between a young Syrian Muslim man, Ahmad and a young Syrian Christian woman, Maryam. A story about the power of love and the price lovers can be prepared to pay to be together. Ahmad, the main character escapes not only the war in his country but also the impossible situation he and Maryam are in through their love for each other since they can't be together in a society where the culture and the people around them don't accept their union. They get married in secret in Damascus shortly before his escape and they carry the secret in their hearts. He flees to Sweden where he will start a new life and prepare everything so that his loved one can come and meet up with him later.
When his parents try to marry him to their neighbors' daughter, Ahmad runs away from home and his family try to find him.
A movie about an arrogant and materialistic man who marries off his outspoken daughter to a poor villager to teach her a lesson.
Shot over 12 months in Iraq, Kuwait, London and the US, Losing Ahmad follows the true story of Ahmad Sharif, a seven-year-old from Baghdad who lost his sight and right arm to an American bomb, which exploded as he returned home from school one day. Four Americans travel to the Kuwait-Iraq border to pick up Ahmad and escort him to New York for medical care, hoping that he might eventually be able to see again. But on the way to the US everything changes, and this humanitarian mission becomes a dirty business. Written by Abdullah
An acknowledged influence on the legendary Miles Davis, Ahmad Jamal is a famed jazz pianist who is less popular with the public than he is among other jazz musicians. This concert film features Jamal performing in a trio with drummer Crosley Payton and bassist Subu Adeyloa. They perform such standards as "My Funny Valentine," and "Autumn Leaves." The trio is joined by Gary Burton for a short set as well.
Ahmad Jamal - Live at Vienne
Ahmad Jamal & Gary Burton - Live At Midem 1981
Ahmad Jamal Trio - Live at the Munich Philharmonie
Celebrated jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal provides a stunning retrospective (of sorts) of his illustrious and influential career in this pitch-perfect performance at the 2003 Baalbeck Music Festival. Jamal performs a dozen numbers, including "Young and Foolish," "The Devil's in My Den," "I'll Always Be with You," "Topsy Turvy" and "Poinciana," all of which display his prowess. Also includes a featurette, interviews and an extensive discography.
Ahmad is an Afghan refugee who discovers the complications that arise from putting down roots in a new land.
Iranian poet Ahmad Shamlou talks about his poetry, the world of poetry, and his life. Filmed over a two year period from 1996 to 1998.
This set from the legendary jazzmen Ahmad Jamal and Yusef Lateef proves that these veteran musicians have ideas that are as fresh as any they have ever had. Live at the Olympia June 27, 2012 is a set by Jamal at the piano with his quartet, featuring Reginald Veal on double bass, Herlin Riley on drums, and Manolo Badrena on percussion.
Why Ahmadiyyas are not Muslims is an open letter to Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the current leader of the Ahmadiyyas.
Documentary - Atomic Jihad leaves little doubt that Iran is in the final stages of preparing a Coming War for Islamic Revival. Meanwhile, by seeking to appease Ahmadinejad with "change" in U.S. Middle East policy, President Obama is ushering in the Politics of Defeat for America. If successful in its nuclear program, Iran and its allies will finally possess the means to achieve their ultimate goals - the defeat of America and the return of Islam to past glory. - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Lance Lewman, Barack Obama
NBA Access with Ahmad Rashad is an American television program which initially aired on Saturday afternoons on ABC. The program details the behind-the-scenes activities of NBA players, coaches and officials, and serves as a replacement for NBA Inside Stuff. On American markets, the show is still aired; however, it is now moved to NBA TV beginning with the 2008-09 season.
The life story of the fourth Imam of Islam, Ahmad ibn Hanbal.