Your Jewish Federation dollars hard at work: Manhattan JCC to host blood libel filmmaker, Mohammad Bakri

Do you donate money to the Jewish Federation in New York City? If so, your donations are funding this abomination (Hat Tip: Red Tulips):

Mohammad Bakri made the movie Jenin, Jenin. Here's a review of that film that was done by CAMERA....Bakri's film is a blood libel, which depicted IDF soldiers as genocidal murderers of hundreds of 'Palestinians.' In fact, during the IDF's action in Jenin (which shut down the terror organizations), 52 'Palestinians' were killed, only 14 of whom were civilians. Twenty-three IDF soldiers were sacrificed to keep down the 'Palestinian' casualty total. In 2007, Bakri was sued for libel by five IDF soldiers who served in Jenin.

Red Tulips reports that she received a response to her email from one Y. Zablocki (Email address: at the Manhattan JCC, who told her that the New Israel Fund was paying for the dinner and that there is no way it will be canceled. He also said that he had received 20 emails protesting the dinner within a day of the notice being posted. Hopefully, he will now receive at least 2,000 more :-)

The dinner is scheduled for November 13, which is three weeks from this Friday night. There is still time to do something about this.

The JCC is located at 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Not far from my old neighborhood.

Anyone still wonder why support for Israel is eroding among American Jews? I don't.

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