6 thoughts on “Demonizing Iran : The Curious Case of Reyhaneh Jabbari

  1. That is the way the Jewish controlled news media works. They distortion the truth. Our politicians do the same thing. I do not believe any one any more.

  2. It’s not the first lie created by the JewMafia against Iran and Muslims at large. In the past, it played midwife to Sakineh affair and Neda Agha Soltani’s Scandal to discredit Dr. Ahmadinejad’s land-slide electoral victory in June 2009 election. French political analyst and founder-president of Voltaire Network, Thierry Meyssan, has called Sakineh affair a brainchild of Bernard-Henry Levy and President Nicolas Sarkozy. The Zionist propagandists were having a field-day until French actor an anti-racism activist Dieudonné M’bala M’bala (watch video) while filming in Iran found out the truth – which, as usual, exposed the Zionist filth against Islam and Muslims.
    http://rehmat1.com/2010/09/23/irans-sakineh-affair/

  3. And who can forget “not without my daughter” . I remember this from ages ago.. back when I had no idea about the jewish problem. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Not_Without_My_Daughter
    Filmed in israel, using Iranian “exiles” who are now israeli citizens… all the main actors are jewish…

    Not Without My Daughter has been criticized for its alleged misrepresentation of Muslim Iranians and of their culture.[4] Caryn James of The New York Times, in a review, states that the movie “exploits the stereotype of the demonic Iranian…it is an utter artistic failure, and its reliance on cultural stereotype is a major cause”. Moody, she writes, seems to be a “pure product of his culture, a mysterious, misogynist Easterner…the film views fanaticism as the Iranian national character”.[5] A review in the Los Angeles Times described the movie as “unbalanced and distorted” which “fails to distinguish between the (Iranian) state and the people”.[4] In his review, film critic Roger Ebert noted the film made “moral and racial assertions that are deeply troubling” and that it “does not play fair with its Muslim characters. If a movie of such a vitriolic and spiteful nature were to be made in America about any other ethnic group, it would be denounced as racist and prejudiced.”[6] While Iran is not shown in a completely negative light, as the film depicts generous and kind Iranians who contact Betty Mahmoody and arrange for the escape of her and her daughter, these “good” Iranians are high-born opponents of the Islamic Republic regime, shown listening to European classical music.

    Ahh, those high-born “exiled” opponents of the Islamic regime… sort of like the jews who were kicked out of Cuba, you know the “good” Cubans… who ran the drug business, casinos, prostitution and all the other goodies of the judeo-western civilization.
    May God give these people what they truly deserve.

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