Despite its attempts to refute charges of antisemitism, the Iranian Ayatollah regime has indeed expressed antisemitic views against Jews in general — not to mention its incessant threats to wipe the Jewish State off the map. A new Israeli social media campaign is supporting the Iranian people and their desire for change, as differentiated from the regime. And against all odds, an Israeli filmmaker and an Iranian filmmaker — both of them women — have collaborated on the new movie Tatami.
— MSN.com, AOL.com, Reuters.com
Quote: “The campaign is grassroots and female-led. Further, the campaign being pro-Iranian, according to movement co-founder Emily Schrader, does not undermine its pro-Israel basis. ‘As the global day of solidarity for the Iranian people is on Rosh Hashanah, it was important for us to have a strong showing of support for the people of Iran directly from the people of Israel,’ Schrader said. ‘Iranians are not our enemies, rather [they are] our allies in the fight against their own government [that] spreads violence and terror everywhere. As Israelis, we proudly stand with the people of Iran.’ ”
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