Imam and I
History and Heritage • Documentary, U, 01-Jan-2011
Abdullah Haron was a divisive and unifying force in the Muslim community of 60s South Africa. After his controversial death in custody, came the battle for his legacy. His grandson tries to distinguish fact from fiction, truth from legend and contrivance from reality a picture emerges of two complex characters, compelling in their contradictions.
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