The film explores issues of discrimination, sectarian violence and the crisis of non-recognition of beliefs and religions other than the three religions, Islam, Christianity and Judaism, or the pursuit of different Islamic doctrines from Sunni Islam. By narrating stories and dialogues with citizens belonging to various faiths: Sunni Muslims, Christians, Shiites and Baha'is, and interviews with religious scholars, priests and members of Islamic movements.
The material was produced in collaboration with Hand Made Studios in 2013. The EIPR is re-published in solidarity with the Journalist Ahmed Naji who has sentenced for to two years in February 2016. For being accused of "public disgrace" in a chapter of his "Use of Life" , Despite the violation of this penalty to the Constitution, which prevents the penalty of imprisonment in publishing cases.