They're waiting for you in next episode Oups, sorry, spoilers. On another topic, I'm currently reading The Warlord Chronicles (or "A Novel of Arthur"), and it's funny how it feels like a prequel of The Last Kingdom and The Saxon stories. The Britons are facing against the Saxons and themselves the same situation the Saxons will face against the Danes. It's like redistributing the cards and starting the game again. And the protagonist Derfel is to Arthur what Uthred is to Alfred, although the dynamic is completely different. A Saxon PoV fighting for the Briton king/A Dane PoV fighting for the Saxon king.
Huh, then you will be put out. They already said that the Departure is and will stay a mystery. Both for viewers and characters. It's not meant to be resolved, it's just the premise and characters have to deal with the aftermath. Didn't you understand the hidden message of the writers when Nora laughed about the Demon nonsense?
The finale was hilarious. Usually, cancelled shows don't conclude anything, here it's the exact opposite. They so wanted to satisfy viewers and conclude everything knowing in advance that the show is cancelled that the result is hilariously ridiculous and makes absolutely no sense.
Well, reading those synopses, that's exactly the feeling I get. Dragging nothing over two episodes. I know, I shouldn't complain, I haven't seen the thing. Another possibility is that they'd adapt both books at the same time. That would explain why the finale is about Eros. If Avasarala brings half the second book with her, it might do it.
That seems really surprising, knowing where the first episode ends. I don't think those synopses are reliable. It would make for a very boring season, if they are to be believed. If we only get Eros in the last two or three episodes, episodes 2-6 would lose every viewer's interest.
So, a few different things here: yes, all religious people are exposed to imams. No, not all the students are exposed. You'd be exposed to imams if you go to the mosque. The majority do go to the mosque, if not out of real interest, at least simple curiosity. But you can name a few people who would just not care at all.
You should say a radical Salafist then. Not every religious Muslim is a Salafist. A few years back, the majority was not. Unfortunately, I cannot say the same today. The conservative Muslims are driven back in their own ground by moderate Islamists.
Oh okay, I've never went to a mosque and never listened to an imam, therefore I'm violent? Thanks for the heads up. (Ok, I'm not a "religious Muslim", I'm not even a believer, but still, that's an insult to every practising Muslim I know)