Showtime premium cable network vilified West Bank Jewish residents in a recent broadcast to tens of millions of viewers of its popular fictional Homeland melodrama series. Mandy Patinkin is a co-star/co-producer of the program.
The author of PetaPixel's “The Other Side of Palestine" photo essay unconvincingly claims that he did “not turn this article into a political essay” but that's exactly what resulted from his work as posted and its propagandistic anti-Israel links.
“Mr. Gelb, … it was with dismay and disappoint-ment that I learned that the Met had scheduled its first-ever performances of John Adams’s 'The Death of Klinghoffer.' Mediocre music … a tendentious story line and an inflammatory libretto that falsely maligns Israel and the Jewish people.” (From CAMERA’s open letter to Met Opera general manager).
Rossini’s opera Moses in Egypt, based on the biblical narrative, is the most recent of several opera productions in Europe confiscated to vilify Jews and the Jewish state. Moses appears as a bin Laden-look-alike terrorist leader toting an assault rifle.
In May-June 2013, the Qatar-based Arabic satellite television channel aired its 'Nakba' (catastrophe) film depicting a one-sided version of Israel's struggle for independence.