Adam Kelno: [as the sheik's men are firing] I didn't know you hunted.
Sheik Hassan: Oh, yes, but not only for food but also for the quality of understanding between men and death.
Adam Kelno: Then it's sophisticatted...
Sheik Hassan: [L aughs] ... for a primitive people.
Adam Kelno: Oh, no, I didn't mean that way.
Sheik Hassan: Yes, but you think that.
Sheik Hassan: You know, you puzzle me. Uh, what do you really want from us?
Adam Kelno: What, there's enough suffering in the world which cannot be avoided, and the doctor wants to treat that which can be.
Sheik Hassan: Hmmm...
Adam Kelno: My wife... she's a nurse. Please would you let me bring her here to stand by me as I treat your women.
Sheik Hassan: Uh, I do not see how this can profit you.
Adam Kelno: It is my profession.
Sheik Hassan: My profession is to be a trader, and I-I do not give things away. Now, if you will excuse me, Doctor, I sense that somewhere you must have fallen from God's grace to want to give of yourself thiis-this desperately to strangers.
Lady Margaret: [after viewing a graphic film about the horrors of the Holocaust] My God, it makes you ashamed to be a member of the human race.