One image is worth 1000 words. Help spread the truth about Israel.For over 10 years, since the uprising of the second Intifada, Pierre Rehov has set out to debunk most of the mythologies which poison the political situation of the Middle East. While a large majority of international media correspondents are in a situation which does not allow them to tell the truth about the Israeli-Arab conflict, due to threats and pressures, Pierre Rehov has been working as an independent producer and director, and took many risks to expose the propaganda machine behind the fake news that you see every day on your television, in magazines or newspapers. The result? Eight exceptional documentaries, made of original footage, which will give you a final, but so different slant on the Middle East Conflict. You can now download them, own the DVDs, and you are welcome to use them as powerful weapons against disinformation.We need to advertise those films, through major networks. Our goal is to buy add campaigns, depending on available funds. It could be google clicks, Jerusalem Post campaigns, and up to The New York Times
Each one of our films addresses a different myth, built by oil financed propaganda, to delegitimatize the very existence of Israel.
Billions have been invested by Saudi Arabia in U.S. universities in the last years. At the same time, our western values have been eroded by moral relativism. This leads an entire generation to believe in new mythologies such as: a genocide is perpetrated against Palestinians; Suicide Killers are kamikazes, or freedom fighters,;Cho, Eric and Dylan, the murderers of Virginia Tech and Columbine are a typical product of our repressive society; the U.S. army is an occupation force in Iraq, and many other relativist revisions of history, leading to the path to darkness.
Pierre Rehov’s latest film “The Path To Darkness” has led him to investigate those mythologies, and takes us to Japan, to meet with WW2 former kamikazes, to Iraq, where he was embedded in the U.S. Army’s 4th Cavalry, into Gaza and the West Bank. And for the first time, he documents the step by step religious brainwashing of a candidate to suicide-terrorism, including the rituals preceding his criminal act and much more. Rehov also has close encounters with families of suicide killers, and local Imams. Following the acclaimed “Suicide Killers”, “The Path to Darkness” will take you on a journey deeper into the mind of terrorists, while debunking the dangerous mythologies propagated among our new generations.
This feature documentary takes the audience on a disturbing journey deep into a culture that few can comprehend – that of suicide bombers. Filmmaker Pierre Rehov examines the phenomenon of suicide bombers through rare and never-before-seen interviews with actual family members of terrorists the prisoners whose bombing attempts have been thwarted and exclusive footage of a terror bomber as he prepares for mission! This film provides a message of urgency for increasing our understanding of the psychopathological dynamics of these terrorist bombers. We finally gain insight to how these human bombs “tick”.
Why has there been a great-and little reported-Christian exodus from the Middle East, with some two million fleeing in the past 20 years alone?
This Christian exodus is a result of many factors, including the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians, the related decline of the economy, but perhaps most significantly, the religious persecution these Christians encounter from their Muslim neighbors.
“First comes saturday, then comes sunday” is a well known sentence in the Middle East meaning: “First we take care of the Jews (who pray on saturday) then we will take care of Christians, the “sunday people”
Pierre Rehov addresses again this alarming trend in his new film, a sequence of “Holy Land: Christians in Peril. The film is a documentary containing interviews with Christians as well as exclusive footage showing how dangerous their Situation is under Islamic rule.
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According to most Palestinians, “Israeli Occupation” means Tel Aviv, Ber Sheva and Haifa, and for their leaders, Palestine should be built “From the River to the Sea”. Meaning, should replace Israel, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
In this disturbing film, “From the River to the Sea”, a revised version of “Hostages of Hatred” acclaimed director Pierre Rehov sets out to tell us the real story of those men, women and children, who have been shamefully used as mere pawns for over 50 years, by Arab leaders at first, by Palestinian leaders later on and until this very day but also by the United Nations’ body that was specially created to supposedly take care of them: the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNWRA.
This film starts with difficult images of the Netanya bombing on Passover evening and with an account by a victim who lost her husband. Operation Defensive Shield, launched by Israel, is the direct consequence of this terrorist act.
Active images follow: Tsahal tanks go into the camp, dynamiting terrorist suspect houses, fighting in the streets. The fighting was particularly violent in Jenin. Aircraft and helicopters could have bombed the camp, but the army did not do so in order to avoid harming civilians – a reservists explains. Narrow streets meant the tanks could not enter the camp and twenty three Israeli soldiers were killed.
The third part of the film is, without doubt, the most captivating: Rehov went to Jenin with a Palestinian team and managed to reveal the “lies” of many of the “witnesses to the massacre” he interviewed. A shocking document!!
They were more than a million Jews. Between 1946 and 1974, this million is the number of forgotten fugitives, expelled from the Arab world, and whom history would like to forget, while the victims themselves have hidden their fate under a veil of modesty. The Jews have been living in Arabic lands for thousands of years and seemed to accept their fate forever, some even considering their survival as a miracle.
But 1948, the beginning of their exodus, was also the birth of the State of Israel.
And, while the Arab armies were preparing to invade the young refugee-country, while the survivors of the Shoah were piling up in dangerous boats to fulfill at last the return to the land of their dreams and their prayers, a few hundred thousand Arabs from Palestine were getting ready to flee their home, convinced that they would return as winners and conquerors.
They were soon going to fill up the refugee camps built on their brothers’ land, and – because of their refusal to integrate – pass on their refugee status to the next generations.