[Brody sits in a chair in Abu Nazir's living room as Issa Nazir stands up and sings]
Issa Nazir: Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack I don't care if I never get back. I wanna root, root, root for the home team
Brody: Finish it. Come on, brat. You're almost done.
Issa Nazir: Let me root, root, root for the home team. If they don't win, it's a shame. For it's one, two, three strikes, you're out at the old ball game. You air brat.
Brody: You are a brat.
Issa Nazir: You are a brat.
Brody: And you're gonna be late for school. Get out of here. Hey, are you forgetting something?
[Brody throws Issa a soccer ball]
Brody: Score a goal today.
[A giant explosion ROCKS the courtyard of Nazir's house, blasting glass into the living room. Brody rushes out into the courtyard and goes searching for Issa amidst the scared children and rubble]
Brody: Issa?! Issa?! Issa?! Issa?! Issa?! Issa?! Issa? Issa? Issa? Issa?
[Brody finds Issa's lifeless body and cradles it]
Brody: Issa. Issa. Issa!
[Brody wraps Issa's body in preparation for a traditional Muslim burial. Abu Nazir comes in to help]
Abu Nazir: Allahu Akbar
Brody: Allahu Akbar
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