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It’s a horror movie that no one should see, but actress Gal Gadot screened it Wednesday at the Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance. “Witness to the October 7th Massacre” is a compilation of 45 minutes of video shot by Hamas during the attack. Graphic footage of murder and destruction is shown, including children shot dead in their pajamas.
A “protest” outside the screening turned violent, with activists physically attacking attendees. The film was not immune to criticism, with Gadot herself calling the screening “insensitive” to Palestinians.
As the screening progressed, Eve Barlow, one of the attendees, said of X that she could hear protesters chanting outside next to the film. They reminded those in attendance that Jewish hatred is not limited to the Middle East, but extends literally right under our noses.
Perhaps Los Angeles residents didn’t need that reminder, given that Paul Kessler, a 69-year-old Jewish man, was killed just a few days earlier during an anti-Israel protest in Thousand Oaks.
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Despite knowing that Hamas recorded and livestreamed their massacres and tipped off cameramen for major publications such as the Associated Press and the New York Times, too many I still doubt the veracity and despicability of the attack.
“They were proud of their depravity and wanted the world to know what they had done,” Amnon Scheffler, an international spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces, said at a film screening. My grandfather, Abraham Greenbaum, was a chaplain in the British army during the liberation of concentration camps. He made it possible to record many of the Nazi atrocities. This evidence, he thought, would silence those who might deny the consequences of Jew hatred. Fortunately, he won’t be seen in shameless denial across the country.
Brain teasers are aggressive. First, they insisted on seeing the footage. It then claimed that the images were generated by AI. They then asked for photos from the funeral, which they also deemed fake. I was told that not all 40 babies were beheaded. Some of them have just been shot.
Hamas says they don’t have any hostages, but they somehow manage to take good care of them. They said Hamas’s actions on October 7 were not that bad, but if they were bad, they were justified.
This kind of stupidity is why Gal Gadot is showing this footage (filmed by Hamas itself) and why terrorist sympathizers are so angry about her actions.
Jesse Klein, who saw the screening in Canada, wrote in the National Post: “After witnessing these devastations, I agree with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s description of this as a ‘war between civilization and barbarism.’ I can’t.” It is clear why Israeli authorities have been showing this video to foreign journalists over the past few weeks.”
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From graphic tours showing the blood, bodies and brutality of the hardest-hit communities like Kfar Azha and Kibbutz Beyli to global tours of cinematic genocide, the Israeli government Decided to open the doors and windows of the world to the suffering of people. Those people. Because the suffering highlights why this war is necessary and why the Jewish state, knowing the depth of its depravity, can no longer coexist with the terrorist state.
Nancy Rommelman, who attended the screening, wrote:
The movie ends. We sit in silence. Minutes later, Deputy Attorney General Tzak Saar of the Israeli Consulate General in New York said the film’s dehumanization takes us back to World War II, to the Shoah. “When you hear the chant ‘from the river to the sea,’ this is what it means: from the river to the sea,” he says. “I feel like we’re fighting for our lives right now, because we are.”
As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, I have always understood that the phrase “never again” is not just a slogan, but a command. The day after the Museum of Tolerance screening, we commemorated the 85th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the November pogrom targeting Germany’s Jews that preceded the Holocaust.
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We now have a modern pogrom to commemorate, which will forever be on October 7th. And those attending screenings depicting Hamas’s brutality around the world know that we will never and cannot forget what happens when Jew-hatred goes unchecked. Guaranteed.