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Hors d’oeuvres and wine to be served (all dietary laws observed)
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Please join us for a unique film screening of the movie that Swedish National TV did not want to air because it demonstrated the nexus between Islamic terrorism and anti-Semitism…followed by a discussion with award-winning Swedish film maker, Bo Persson.
Watching the Moon at Night – is a creative, Swedish documentary looking at contemporary terrorism and anti-Semitism. Swedish National television, controlled by the Swedish government, had commissioned the film, and then refused to air it, simply because it showed the nexus between Islamic terrorism and anti-Semitism.
Filmed in six countries, Watching the Moon at Night focuses on the victims’ experiences and juxtaposes them against the views of world experts in this field. Historian Walter Laqueur, Philosopher André Glucksmann, and Historian Robert Wistrich are among the film’s featured experts. Watching the Moon at Night was created by award-winning filmmakers Joanna Helander & Bo Persson.
From Jerusalem to Algeria, from Spain to Moscow and New York, Watching the Moon at Night gives a voice to the victims of terrorist attacks in recent years. With great courage, these men and women reflect on their personal stories while analyzing the political circumstances that claimed the lives of their loved ones.
In anticipation of the event, you may view the trailer here.
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