In the play, Nadia is critical of our society and no longer feels at home in her country.

Brahim, whom she has met online, is confirming her feelings. As an example: people are intolerant of her wearing a niqab. She is discriminated against, and her classmates expect her to answer for any terrorist attack that takes place. Nadia sees the media and the population at large as being selective regarding what they express outrage against. For example, terrorist attacks in the West receive much more media attention than killings by Western drones in the Middle East. Nadia feels unable to be her true self in her home country, and Brahim is convincing her to come to the Caliphate, where he is.
This week, the students are conducting a social experiment and filming it

Social Experiment 1: Asking for a cigarette

Hervormd Lyceum West, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

In this video, the students attempt a social experiment whereby they ask passer-byes for a cigarette, even though they are clearly too young to smoke. The purpose of the experiment is to see how people respond to children behaving not according to their age.

 


Social Experiment 2: Stealing

Hervormd Lyceum West, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

For this social experiment, the students see how people respond to stealing.

 


Social Experiment 3: Littering

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

For this social experiment, the students see how people respond when others litter.


Social Experiment 4: Headscarf

Braunschweig, Germany

 


 Social Experiment 5: Hugs

Braunschweig, Germany

 


 Social Experiment 6: Pickpocketing

Hakadal, Norway

 


 Social Experiment 7: Bullying

Arner, Norway