January 11, 2013, - 8:55 am
Yesterday, I told you about the Oscar nomination for the documentary, “The Gatekeepers.” I said that the movie would probably win because it’s an anti-Israel fraud put out by self-hating Jewish Israeli director and anti-Semite, Dror Moreh. But, thankfully, now, it looks like it might not win because the anti-Israel vote will be split. That’s because, in the same documentary category, the Academy Awards voters also nominated, “Five Broken Cameras,” another anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian “documentary” piece of propaganda.
Like “The Gatekeepers,” “Five Broken Cameras” is also made by a self-hating, far-left, Jewish Israeli director and writer, Guy Davidi, (along with a Muslim director credit for Emad Burnat–who is actually the star of the movie, not the director). Davidi is an Israeli draft dodger who proudly brags in his IMDB bio of his refusal to serve in the IDF and his “activism” on behalf of Palestinian Muslims. And, yet, Israel never prosecuted or punished Davidi in any way for his draft dodging. Instead, the government helped fund his anti-Israel propaganda, including this piece of crap. His Oscar-nominated fake-umentary “documents” the “brave” fight of a Palestinian farmer against the “evil” Israeli soldiers–normally a shoo-in for an Oscar. IMDB describes the movie as, “A documentary on a Palestinian farmer’s chronicle of his nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army.”
The movie details a Palestinian Muslim’s use of five video cameras to film and harass Israeli soldiers when they try to build a security fence to keep out terrorists from Israel, but the IMDB description, of course, doesn’t tell you that part. It also doesn’t tell you that this Palestinian Muslim, Emad Burnat, supports Islamic terrorism and won’t denounce it. He’s apparently a supporter of HAMAS, Islamic Jihad, Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, and the rest of that group of mass murderers. His and the rest of the Palestinian people’s support for Islamic terrorist attacks against Israel is exactly why the fence is necessary, though this movie won’t tell you any of that.
Oh, and here is the relevant part of Davidi’s IMDB bio (which he, himself, wrote):
In the age of 19 he refused doing his obligatory military service in the Israeli Army after being enrolled for 3 months. In the years 2000-2002 he was a cinema teacher in a High School in Tel Aviv. In 2000 he studied one year in Tel Aviv University Cinema School and dropped out. From 2002-2003 he lived in Paris and speaks French. After coming back to Israel he started working as cameraman with documentary filmmakers. From 2003 he became engaged with the Israeli branch of Indymedia and filmed many Video Reports and short documentaries about Israel social and Political issues, many of the documentaries were filmed in the Palestinian Occupied territories, dealing with the Israeli Occupation. In 2005 he studied directing actors in Amir Orian’s “The Room Theater”. From 2005 he has been teaching cinema and video to Israeli artists and activists in private workshops. In 2005 for the creation of his first long documentary he spent 3 months living in the West-Bank village of Bil’in.
Too bad he didn’t stay there. And, if his bent isn’t clear enough, he designates the “setting” in most of his movies set in Israel’s Judea and Samaria as, “Occupied Palestinian Territory.” “Women Defying Barriers,” a 2010 anti-Israel movie he made in Gaza, is also set in “Occupied Palestinian Territory,” even though HAMAS controls Gaza, and Israel long ago gave it up to the savages.
Yup, this is how bad the Oscars have become–that they nominate not just one anti-Israel film by self-hating Jews, but two of ‘em. Osama Bin Laden is laughing from his watery grave, just as Yasser Arafat (the part of him that hasn’t been exhumed under some fraudulent theory of poison) is laughing from his formerly AIDS-infested grave.
Oscar loves a Jew-hater. Just ask Vanessa Redgrave.
Watch the trailer . . .
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