UNMASKED JUDEOPHOBIA is a meticulous examination of rising anti-Jewish ideology. Filmmaker Gloria Greenfield travels from Israel to Europe to North America, covering this phenomenon from all angles, including historical Christian and contemporary Islamic polemics against Jews, the proliferation of anti-Israeli bias in academia and cultural institutions, misinformation campaigns and state-sanctioned denials of Israel’s right to exist. Wide-ranging interviews include such eloquent and respected voices as Harvard Law School Professor Alan Dershowitz, Senator Joe Lieberman, former UN ambassador John Bolton, human rights activists Natan Sharansky and Irwin Cotler, British attorney Anthony Julius, Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens, Middle East senior fellow Caroline Glick, British journalist and blogger Melanie Phillips, and Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Ya’alon, among many others.

UNMASKED: JUDEOPHOBIA is a call to action and urgent reminder that antisemitism is a menace not only to Jews, but to the human condition itself.

For more information about the film, please visit http://www.unmaskedthemovie.com/index.html.

Unmasked:Judeophobia normally costs $14.95, but for a limited time The Freedom Center will provide FREE copies of this groundbreaking film to students who will hold campus screenings for Islamic Apartheid Week. We will also provide informational literature and pamphlets on Islamic Apartheid and anti-Semitism to distribute on your campus. To request your copy of Unmasked: Judeophobia please contact Jeffrey Wienir at (818) 849-3470 ext or at Jeffrey@horowitzfreedomcenter.org.


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"Islamic Apartheid Week," is a series of campus campaigns that focus on the gender and religious bigotry and persecution practiced by the Arab countries of the Middle East and other Islamic nations.

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