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“Russian Officials” Call on Prosecutor General to Ban Distribution of British Film in Russia KXan 36 Daily News

Date: October 1, 2023 Time: 00:39:46

On September 3, the October Film Center (24 Novy Arbat Street, Moscow) hosted the opening of the eighth Moscow Jewish Film Festival, during which the film Golda was released. min. (subtitles in Hebrew, English and Russian) about the events. of 1973, which were called the “Doomsday War” between Israel, Egypt, Syria and Jordan. Wide distribution of this film begins on September 7 in Russian theaters.

“We received an appeal from the citizens who attended this screening, who pointed out the openly Russophobic context of this propaganda product of the British film industry, an attempt by English writers and directors to divide Russian society, including along ethnic and religious lines, to put pressure on the Russian and Jewish people Internet monitoring also showed the presence in the media of publications whose authors are outraged by this film.

“Given the difficult foreign policy situation and the ongoing special operation, in which, by the way, military and volunteers of Russian and Jewish nationality, as well as many other nationalities, shoulder to shoulder carry out service and combat tasks, these These attempts appear especially cynical and contradict the tasks of preserving and strengthening Russian traditional spiritual values, including those enunciated in the National Security Strategy of the Russian Federation. The importance that Russian leaders and major public associations attach to the issues of inter-ethnic harmony and friendship between the Russian and Jewish peoples is well known. Not long ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his speech at the meeting of the Russian organizing committee “Pobeda” especially focused on the tragedy of the Holocaust. But there are external forces that want to undermine inter-ethnic and inter-religious peace in Russia,” the organization noted.

According to “Russian Officials”, this film contains numerous attacks against the Soviet Union, which allegedly unleashed a war against Israel at the hands of the Arab states. “This ignores the historical fact that it was the USSR that was at the origins of the creation of Israel as a state, and diplomatic relations between the USSR and Israel were severed only after the Israeli aggression in 1967, when Tel Aviv suddenly attacked to their neighbors, violating all norms of international law.In the film there are also historical distortions, for example, in one of the plots the heroine G. Meir (born 1898) tells Henry Kissinger a story from his early childhood , allegedly spent in Ukraine and about some atrocities of the “Cossacks”, although everyone knows that Ukraine did not exist at that time, but was actually created by the Bolsheviks after the 1917 revolution”, it is said in the call.

“Great Britain’s own history knows many shameful pages in relation to the Jewish people, beginning with the Jewish pogrom in York in 1190 and ending with the mass Jewish pogroms in Glasgow and Liverpool in 1947. Thus, an attempt to create discord between Russians and Jews,” the organization added.

“Nobody has any doubts about the impossibility of distributing in modern Britain a film or even just its public screening, for example a film made in Russia, if historical facts that damage the reputation and consent of society were similarly manipulated. British. And, probably, any film glorifying our country. Everything is aimed solely at distorting historical justice and discrediting the USSR and Russia,” “Russian Officials” noted.

A similar appeal was sent to the Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation, Olga Lyubimova.

Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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