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"Ayrılık" -"Separation" - Turkey's new anti-Semitic "masterpiece"

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Nov 1, 2009 at 14:50

Hi, dhimmi no more!

It's always nice and instructive to read you !

>For the readers: The Arabs love the Turkish soaps on TV and translated from Turkish to Arabic because they provide the Arabs with a much needed dose of sexy women, sex and more sex and fake drama<

The Turks know how to win Arab hearts and minds. And it's not just through sex and fake drama but by vilifying Israel and America. The notorious Turkish movie " The Valley of the Wolves -Iraq" has contributed more than enough to demonizing America both in Turkey and outside it. Now it was Israel's and the Jews' turn to receive their quota of filth and insults from Turkey. The Turks did their best and the result is "Ayrilik" - in English "Sepration", "Farewell"- a prime time series - a rabidly Nazi-like anti-Jewish movie. Israeli soldiers are shown in it as sadists who enjoy killing little Arab girls at close range, murder an Arab baby at a roadblock and preferably mow down fleeing defenceless little Arab boys, beside routinely destroying Arab property and maltreating and oppressing in all possible "peaceful" Palestinians.

http://sabbah.biz/mt/archives/2009/10/17/ayrilik-the-turkish-tv-drama-that-israel-dont-want-you-to-see-video/

The TV series has produced an oucry in Israel - Turkey's old second best "ally" - but Israeli official and unofficial protests are bluntly ignored both by the broad anti-Semitic Turkish and Arab public and no less anti-Semitic elites. It's obvious to me that any fascist state -and Turkey is one - sooner or later has to produce and show such movies to its brainwashed subjects.

Anyway, the Turks dicided to speak directly to their Arab audiences. Imam Erdogan himself (he's been really educated as an imam) announced that no one else but Turkey's state-run TV would launch a channel to air in the Arabic language.

http://blogs.rnw.nl/medianetwork/turkish-state-tv-to-launch-arabic-language-channel

The Turks have evidently got many more important messages for the Arabs than just cheap soap operas or even series like 'Ayrılık'.

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