However, i want to say something. Islam claims to be a revealed religion when that is at best only slightly true. What it it clearly is is a power doctrine that channels barbarism in order to suppress non Islamic populations in particular and to promote the status of Arab ethnicity in particular. Hearing voices is common enough even without a blow to the head and those voices are either good or bad depending on your inclination. That the good spiritual influences speak in a similar manner with similar content to most religions is no coincidence.
That the good is also randomly blended with profound evil in the Koran must be understood and the evil must be challenged continuously. That is why we are presently sliding toward a global conflict that must separate out the evil placed in those writings in order for it to end as we did with Nazism. It will not be that much of a hot war so much as a piece meal confrontation in which women and children are removed from communities and put under the care of Christian missionaries who will establish a modern social structure around the women. I use the word Christian here to also denote modern Western humanism also informed by Christian doctrine.
This separation will see many men mature and change over to modern thinking, but it must be made to happen as much as possible.
Briefly, the film begins after the First Siege of Vienna, a century and a half before the 1683 battle, and brings viewers through the various conflicts between European Christianity and Turkish Islam that led up to the September 13, 1683, battle. It then depicts the second siege of Vienna and the assault of Ottoman Turks led by Kara Mustafa and stopped by King Jan III Sobieski.