March 29, 2013, - 4:59 pm
I can’t say I shed any tears for Yariv Horowitz. He’s an anti-Israel Israeli Jew, who made an anti-Israel movie, hosted a special screening of it in France for Arab Muslim youths, and then those “youths” beat him senseless. In fact, I’d say it’s poetic justice . . . and yet more proof of what we already knew: that Muslims hate all Jews, no matter who they are–how self-hating and anti-Semitic the Jews are. This dumbass, Horowitz, actually believed that if he made an anti-Israel movie and showed it to Arab Muslims, they would love him. Wake up, teepesh (Hebrew for “dummy”).
Yariv Horowitz: Anti-Israel Israeli Gets Beaten Unconscious By Arab Muslims He Thought Were His Homies
Horowitz is yet another candidate for “Lunch in Tulkarem“–a term I and my late father invented after two Israeli leftists went to have lunch at their Palestinian Muslim buddies’ restaurant in the city of Tulkarem, and left in body bags, sliced up into pieces. Horowitz is your typical Israeli filmmaker–far-left, anti-Israel, and engaged in making movies that make Israel look like the bad guy and Israeli soldiers and Palestinian terrorists morally equivalent. That’s the case with his new movie, “Rock the Casbah,” the trailer of which is below. The film is so anti-Israel that it won a “Special Prize of the Jury for Best Picture” at a French film festival.
The message of the movie, according to Horowitz, is the experience of a young Israeli soldier stationed in a Palestinian town: “the senselessness of armed action, which only ever creates yet more injustice.” Translation: pick up your marbles and retreat, Israel, because defending your country is senseless and only creates yet more injustice. And as a reward for this Islamo-pandering, Yariv Horowitz got his:
A group of Arab youths have reportedly attacked an Israeli film director, Yariv Horowitz. Horowitz, who directed the film “Rock the Casbah” was participating at a film festival in France when he was attacked by a group of Arab youths just before the film won the best film award, unconfirmed reports suggest.
He apparently lost consciousness and has been subsequently treated. Horowitz is said to have returned immediately to the festival after treatment. Authorities are estimating that the attack was racially motivated.
Horowitz, who represents Israel, is said to have been attacked after the screening of the film by a group of Arab youths. The director apparently lost consciousness and was treated at the festival, though some say he declined to file a police report. Various reports are still unconfirmed. After recovering from the blows he received, he is said to have returned to the festival area in “good condition”.After the incident, Horowitz’s film won the Special Prize of the Jury for Best Picture. Israeli singer and musician Assaf Amdursky also received an award for a movie he wrote music.
The film “Rock the Casbah”, starring Yon Tumarkin, follows the story of young soldiers in the first intifada in Gaza. The soliders are located on the roof of a Palestinian family whose son is involved in the murder of one of their battalion.
So sad, too bad. But, watch, Horowitz will go back and make another cinematic circle jerk to Islam. That’s what he does. Don’t expect him to ever make a film showing the brutality he faced at the hands of Muslims, merely because he is Jewish and despite being an anti-Israel, self-hating Jew.
No tears for this momzer (Hebrew for “bastard”). He got what he deserved.
Here is the summary of the movie, put out by Horowitz and his film distributor:
The Gaza Strip in the early summer of 1989. A company of young Israeli soldiers reports for duty in the occupied area. Continuous clashes with the Palestinian population soon claim their first fatality: one of the soldiers, Iliya, is killed when a washing machine is dropped on him from the rooftop of an apartment block. The perpetrator escapes. In order to find him, their commanding officer orders some of the soldiers to take up position on the roof for the weekend. In spite of vehement protests from the building’s Palestinian owner, who fears being considered a collaborator, Aki, Ariel, Haim and Tomer begin their vigil. A lounger is set up and they listen to rock music on their transistor radio. But when the dead soldier Iliya’s father, now a broken man, pays them a visit they realise each and every one of them will lose their innocence in that place.
All the action of Yariv Horowitz’s film takes place in just a few days. His drama explores the psychological effects of the Arab-Israeli conflict on those involved. In particular the experiences of Tomer, who has only just reached adulthood, reflect the senselessness of armed action, which only ever creates yet more injustice.
Tags: Anti-Israel, anti-Israel films, anti-Semtism, France, Israel, Israeli filmmakers, Lunch in Tulkarem, Rock the Casbah, Yariv Horowitz