Oliver Stone’s Son Sean Urges #Occupy Protesters to Turn to Islam

Stunner. This guy’s as nutty as his dad.

(IRNA)

Allahu Akbar. Sean “Ali” Stone, son of director Oliver Stone, urged #Occupy protesters to turn to Islam in an interview on Wednesday. Like his father, he detests capitalism.
Islamic Republic News Agency reported:

Sean Stone, son of American Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone, said on Wednesday that Islam is the religion of justice and equality.

Sean, who has converted to Islam in Isfahan and selected the name of Ali for himself at the age of 27, said that the Islamic teachings can help the western communities including the United States resolve the problems facing them.

He told IRNA in an exclusive interview that the capitalist governing system in the West and the US has created numerous problems for humanity.

The capitalist system governing the western communities is void of spirituality, thus increasing the sufferings of the mankind, he said.

He said that the people have displayed indignation over the current capitalist and liberal governing system in the form of protests they hold systematically in the western communities.

‘Unfortunately, those displaying grievances over the injustice imposed by the capitalist and liberal governing system in the worldwide Occupy protests are not aware that they would not achieve their goals in the absence divine religions and Islam as well,’ Sean said.

Asked to comment on how he converted to Islam, Sean said that he was born to a family whose father was a Christian and mother a Jew, so that it was very easy for him to accept Great Prophet of Islam Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him).

‘I’ve studied history and my study of the Islamic teachings helped me understand that Islam can lead the humanity to happiness.’

Ali (Sean) said that his studies of Islam helped him realize that Islam gets the human being closer to God and he gets spiritual attitude whenever he goes to mosque…

…Sean, the director of documentary films, converted to Islam in presence of Ayatollah Mohammad Nasseri in Isfahan at the residence of the religious leader.

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