“Turkey has also voiced concern about the film and Iran called it a “provocative and Satanic” act.” — from this article
I won’t bother with Iran, the place where girls are stoned to death (with the whole village joining in), and where leaders of the Baha’i and Jewish communities were promptly executed as soon as Khomeini (and therefore hanging judge Khalkhali) came to power), the Islamic Republic of Iran.
No, I’ll note only the “concern” of Turkey, a country where Mein Kampf was recently published and became a best-seller, without any Turkish attempt to suppress it — though we have evidence that “Mein Kampf” historically was a tad more dangerous than a 15-minute movie, consisting largely, I gather, of excerpts from the Qur’an and then visuals of Muslim behavior today that one can reasonably conclude were prompted by those Qur’anic passages.
And that same Turkey, that now expresses its “concern,” had as its box-office smasheroo a movie, Valley of the Wolves, in which American soldiers were portrayed as non-stop Nazi killers, and a Jewish doctor was portrayed as harvesting organs from Iraqis (presumably some of them dispatched for that express purpose), organs later to be sold in New York and Tel Aviv.
Here is how Wikipedia describes this propaganda film that might have been produced by the same Hitlerite regime that produced “Jude Suss”:
The film has been controversial due to its portrayal of US military personnel as well as a Jewish character engaging in the harvesting of organs from civilian prisoners.
In one sequence, the American commander Sam William Marshall (the film’s villain) raids an Arab wedding and massacres a number of civilians, which might allude to the wedding party massacre in Mukaradeeb on May 19, 2004.
US soldiers torture detainees in Abu Ghraib prison, including a female soldier makes a human pyramid, referring to the Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse. It is the first depiction of actions by American soldiers at the Abu Ghraib prison on film.
While captives are transported on a long journey in a container on a truck, one guard says to the other: “They might suffocate in the container because there is no fresh air supply”. The truck stops, the (American) guard gets off the truck and fires hundreds of bullet-holes into the container with an automatic weapon “in order to make holes for the air to get in”, but many detainees are injured or die. A similar event is reported to have occurred in Afghanistan after the battle for Mazari Sharif on November 9, 2001, with Taliban soldiers in the container and soldiers of the Afghan Northern Alliance as their guardians, as described in the documentary film Massacre at Mazar by Irish filmmaker Jamie Doran. This event is also reenacted in the film The Road to Guantanamo.
The film features a Jewish-American Army doctor (Gary Busey) who harvests fresh organs from injured Iraqi prisoners to sell to rich people in New York, London and Tel Aviv for transplantation.
Did anyone in Turkey make a move to ban this evil fiction?
No, I thought not.
How does the Turkish government, then, dare to express its “concern” over a 15-minute movie that will have almost certainly not the slightest fiction in it, but only the fact of passages from the Qur’an (and possibly the Hadith), passages that every Muslim knows, and yet that apparently all of organized Islam, and all Muslim governments, wish to make sure are not known to and are not brought to the attention of the world’s Infidels.
Sorry. You should have thought about that long ago, when you began your campaign of moving into the Western world, and of having so many Muslims whipped up into behaving against Infidels according to the very texts that you apparently think can indefinitely be kept from being exposed to the gaze of Infidels.
No. Remember that business about fooling some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but not being able to fool all of the people all of the time?
Yes, it has a familiar ring. Well, just substitute the word “Infidels” for the word “people” and you’ll get the current drift.