The title of the episode "Youmud Din" refers to the day mankind (regardless of being Muslim or not) is going to be judged by God (and not all muslims will go to heaven and non muslims to hell). In Arabic, though, the correct pronunciation (thus, correct transliteration) will be "Yaum Ad-Din", since there is no "o" vowel in arabic and "Yaum", meaning "day" is written with "Fatha" or "a" vowel sound, the "ud" used to transliterate here is again wrong, since the article in arabic is "al", again with an "a" vowel sound, not "u", so "Youmud" should be "Yaumad" where Yaum means "Day" and "ad" is just the article determining the second word "Din" meaning, not "judgement" but "pathway".
- Denmark: November 14, 2007 on SBS Net
- Finland: December 17, 2007 on Nelonen
The title of the episode "Youmud Din" is Arabic for "day of judgment". Muslims believe that in the end of times, after the whole world is destroyed, all the people, dead and alive will be gathered and judged. Those who were pious Muslims will go to the Garden of Eden, those who were not, will go to Hell.
The music playing when Ilija is talking to the music store girl, and when Tommy is being shown at the television, is 'In This Moment's Time' by The Coral Sea