Gangster and drug dealer Abderrozak Benarabe, or Big A as he’s known on the streets of Copenhagen, made a deal with God that if his brother was delivered from cancer he would redeem his criminal ways and go to fight jihad in Syria alongside his fellow foreign fighters and child soldiers under 16.
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In part one Director Nagieb Khaja follows Big A on his journey from his gang in Denmark to the frontlines of the war in Syria.
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WARNING: This film contains scenes of death and injury in battle and testimony from the family of an alleged victim of torture. Some viewers may find these scenes upsetting.
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