International Holocaust Remembrance Day was also commemorated in Istanbul… under the shadow of a movie…

Turkey’s Chief Rabbi Izak Haleva (L) and Istanbul Governor Huseyin Avni Mutlu (R) light candles in the memory of holocaust victims during a commemoration on International Holocaust Remembrance Day at Neve Shalom synagogue in Istanbul January 27, 2011.? Read more » REUTERS/Murad Sezer

Remembering the Holocaust

from Hurriyet Dailynews by HDN
This year?s Holocaust commemorations should also provide food for thought for Israelis, not just for those who made Jews suffer in the past.

Anti-Israel Film Disturbs Turkey?s Holocaust Day

from NYT > Turkey by By SEBNEM ARSU
The country?s first official commemoration of the Holocaust was overshadowed by the imminent premiere of the latest film in a series that depicts Israelis as evil.

Critics brand Turkish ‘James Bond’ action movie anti-Semitic | Europe | Deutsche Welle | 28.01.2011

The Wolves are Roaming in Germany

from Mavi Boncuk by M.A.M

Mavi Boncuk | Voluntary self-regulation of the film industry Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle fur der Filmwirtschaft, or FSK, decided to approve the Valley of the Wolves-Palestine for viewing with 18+ rating. Censorship is illegal in Germany. Only classification limits can be applied. The distributor will appeal to reduce the age limit to 16+. The film was already in release in Austria and Turkey.

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