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Produced by Knox Thames & Mandi Hart (MORE Productions)

Shahbaz Bhatti was known worldwide as a courageous Christian voice combating religious persecution in Pakistan. Shahbaz lived an exemplary life, daily demonstrating heroic love of neighbor, speaking out for victimized religious minorities in his home country. The only Christian in the Pakistani prime minister’s cabinet, he did not shy away from denouncing persecution. For this, the forces of darkness assassinated him on March 2, 2011, hoping to silence him and terrify others. 

However, they could not silence his voice. His work lives on. 

Through striking visuals and poignant storytelling, the forthcoming graphic novel BLOOD and WATER: The Life and Martyrdom of Shahbaz Bhatti will chronicle Shahbaz’s unwavering determination to challenge injustice and defend religious minorities. It will tell his story for the next generation, challenging us to follow his example of standing up for the oppressed and suffering, regardless of their beliefs.

Upcoming Graphic Novel
Blood and Water: The Life and Martyrdom of Shahbaz Bhatti

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Blessed Are The Peacemakers is a true story about an Army chaplain and an Anglican priest working with Muslim leaders to bring peace to Iraq before Al Qaeda kills them all.  


Set during The Surge at the height of Iraq's sectarian civil war in 2006-2007, the screenplay highlights the heroic work of a U.S. Army chaplain, an Anglican priest, and brave Iraqi Muslim religious leaders to steer the country away from the brink.


The screenplay reflects the realities of Iraq, based on the author's multiple visits over the years with the State Department, as well as firsthand interviews with the main protagonists. Life rights of the principal characters are secured and the script has been polished and registered. 

The screenplay is available for development. With increasing global strife, audiences will welcome the movie's message of faith leaders risking their lives to bring peace.

Screenplay by H. Knox Thames

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