Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum met behind closed doors with leaders from the Muslim Public Affairs Council in Los Angeles, angry over his having shown a film to employees during office hours, called by the council’s leaders as anti-Muslim propaganda. Both sides emerged from the meeting citing it as positive. McCollum has also agreed to form a new Muslim-American advisory group in the attorney general’s office. The council’s executive directory Salam Al-Marayati said: He didn’t apologize, but I think he understands our perspective and that’s something he didn’t have before. Last month, McCollum sent an e-mail to 500 employees urging that they attend a screening of the film _Obsession.’ The film’s subtitle is _Radical Islam’s War Against the West.