And the bigger question remains: Was Mohammed really killed?" Street theater Whistleblower cites stunning reports of Palestinians playing to the camera, including Israeli commentator Amnon Lord's account of the larger scene at Netzarim Junction when al-Dura was supposedly shot to death.
He describes "incongruous battle scenes complete with wounded combatants and screeching ambulances played out in front of an audience of laughing onlookers, while makeshift movie directors do retakes of botched scenes."
"palestinian" journalist Sami El Soudi echoes Lord's observation, who discloses that "Almost all "palestinian" directors take part more or less voluntarily in these war commissions, under the official pretext that we should use all possible means, including trickery and fabulation, to fight against the tanks and airplanes the enemy has and we don't. .
Our official press reported 300 wounded and dead at Netzarim junction the day when Mohammed was supposedly killed.
Most of the cameramen there were "palestinians". .
They willingly took part in the masquerade, filming fictional scenes, believing they were doing it out of patriotism.
When a scene was well done the onlookers laughed and applauded."
The French close ranks Even more disconcerting, says the Whistleblower report, is the fact that France 2, the news organization that broke the story of Mohammed al-Dura's supposed "martyrdom" at the hands of Israeli soldiers, adamantly refuses to release all the raw footage taken by its "palestinian" cameraman.
Meanwhile, every French television station to this day refuses to broadcast a film by German director Esther Schapira, titled "Three Bullets and a Child: Who Killed the Young Mohammed al-Dura?"Nominated for best TV documentary in Germany, it also concludes Israelis did not kill the boy. Although she understands why the "palestinians" are not interested in further investigation, Schapira, a staff filmmaker for German public television, wonders why the West should be so resistant to a solid, impartial investigation.
Verdens største TV-selskaber arbejder stort set kun sammen med palæstinensiske kameramænd, når det gælder optagelser fra Gaza-striben. Det er selskaber som CNN, ABC, Reuters og AP. Alle billeder fra Gaza-striben bliver således lavet af palæstinenserne selv. At være kameramand for vestlige nyhedsbureauer er et af de mest lukrative jobs i Palæstina, man kan tjene op til 250$ per dag – mere end mange palæstinensere ikke tjener på et halvt år. At palæstinenserne forfalsker billeder er ikke noget nyt. Det er dokumenteret i en TV-udsendelse fra 60-minutes om "Pallywood" en reference til Hollywood som drømmefabrik.På samme måde er der kraftig tvivl om, hvad der egentlig skete på stranden i Gaza-striben fornylig. Her var alle medier straks ude med at Israelerne er skurkene.