To the none arabic viewers (i know you're out there, Google told me), the episode makes a comparison between the Islamic understanding of Interfaith and the social life of religions in one environment, and our modern somewhat backwards understanding.. Irony lays in how things were solved then, and how they started to get complicated to end up in the mess we're in now..
The episode drops the bomb when Shugairi expresses his thoughts about why he doesn't approve of turning Aya Sophia church in Turkey to a mosque (comparing it to the caliphate Umar Ibn Al Khattab's story of building a mosque next to the church in Jerusalem)..
Flame troll war in the comments section on Youtube? Sure, it's already ongoing :D
i Just hope that it won't be taken out of context, straying away from the message sent in the episode..
- Muslims should unite (Muslims and none-Muslims alike) against Aggression, despite of what religion or sect it follows..
- Allowing Muslims to protest and reject that aggression publicly (showing an example from London), to give room for the peaceful freedom of expression..
Khawatir is a 10+ minute TV series that airs every Ramadan right before Iftar time (our equivalent of Prime time TV), popularized by the simplicity of the show and the issues that many Muslim youth in the middle east (specifically) relate to daily..
Ahmed Al Shugairi, a widely known public figure amongst Saudis (and Arabic Muslims in general).. And as you might expect from his bold approaches, the public backlash to some of his "loud" thoughts are not in his favor, yet this controversy is actually giving his words more impact..