Skip to comments.Egypt plans to air tv series on 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion'
Posted on 10/24/2002 2:52:58 PM PDT by dennisw
Egyptian state television will broadcast a 30-part series based on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, an infamous anti-Semitic tract the show's creator and star says "reveals the Zionist schemes to seize Palestine."
This week, Egyptian television began advertising "Horseman Without a Horse," which it said will be broadcast during the first half of Ramadan, Islam's holiest month and traditionally prime time for serialized television specials. Ramadan starts in early November.
Actually, reminds me a of a joke:
Moishe and Benjamin go to News store. Moishe looks at the Forward and sees a headline "Synangogue vandalized" and sighs.
He looks at the Jewish Sentinel and reads a headline "Jewish Demograpic collapse!" and moans.
He looks at the headline of the Jerusalem Post and cries.
Finally, he picks up Spotlight and goes to purchase it.
Benjamin runs over to him and asks "How can you buy that anti-Semetic garbage."
Moishe responded:" It cheers me up. I read Jewish newspapers and see stories of death and destruction. I read this and see that Jews are rich, multiplying, and run everything."
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