Censored Women’s Film Festival

Honor Diaries and BILD will present the second annual “Censored Women’s Film Festival 2016” in Berlin Germany on December 11th and 12th.

Join us for the second-annual Censored Women’s Film Festival: a summit featuring films by and for women, whose voices have been censored.

The Council on American Islamic Relations had a problem with Honor Diaries. You most likely will never see it presented on College Campuses around these parts. Some educators here think CAIR is a civil rights group.

CAIR Attacks ‘Honor Diaries’ Film as Anti-Muslim

It is hard even for an organization such as CAIR to publicly defend the abuse of women that is described in the film. Instead, CAIR vilifies the Clarion Project, which produced the film, because “Jews produced the film,” as CAIR explained in a letter to Fox News, which ran a segment about the film.

Check out this site for some interesting news. Israel Video Network.Com


CAIR’s Jihad against Honor Diaries

Hamas, as I recounted in The Grand Jihad, is a formally designated terrorist organization under federal law. It is also the Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch. In the early Nineties, the Brotherhood established a “Palestine Committee” to promote Hamas in the United States, an agenda topped by fundraising and efforts to derail the 1993 Oslo accords — the futile, Clinton administration-brokered attempt to forge an Israeli–Palestinian peace settlement. CAIR’s founders, Nihad Awad and Omar Ahmed, attended a three-day summit in support of Hamas in Philadelphia in 1993, much of which was wiretapped by the FBI. CAIR was established shortly afterwards. By summer 1994, the Palestine Committee was listing CAIR in internal memoranda as one of its “working organizations.”