The Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting's channel directed at the US, Jaam-E-Jam 2, and the Iranian channel directed at the Arab world, Al-Alam, recently broadcast an Iranian series dealing with the Jews and the film industry. In Al-Alam TV, the series was dubbed in Arabic. Following is a verbatim translation of the chapter about Steven Spielberg's movies, as it was aired by Jaam-E-Jam 2 on May 24, 2004:
Narrator: Even though Zionism has, essentially, based itself on the nationalistic characteristics of Judaism, it created on-screen hatred towards Nazi racism. By preserving the flames and walls of Auschwitz, Zionism tried to arouse the feelings of solidarity and guilt in the European peoples towards the Jews.
This time, cinema accepted upon itself to decrease the weight of the sin and to reduce the fear which comes from antisemitic views. Owing to the fact that the conscience of people worldwide is easier and more efficiently influenced by visual stimulation, Zionism referred a vast percentage of its world propaganda strategy towards the screen.
By using cinema, it succeeded in creating in the modern person’s conscience an atmosphere of serious oppression, hostility, and racial violence against the Jewish people. This was only true in the world of the (TV) screen and on the color movie screen. Hollywood and its Jewish companies walked in a path that creates a lie and instills it, and creates films in order to announce to the world that an entity, which defies reality and is called Israel, is a historic necessity and a global and human fact, and the Jews, even at the price of a people’s massacre and the occupation of its land, need to be the owners of a land and a state.
One of the most famous movies in the history of film, which was intended to portray the Jews as helpless and to serve the Zionist regime, was Schindler's List, under the direction of Steven Spielberg. Schindler's List was mentioned as the most expensive black and white film in cinematic history. Like most of the myths about the Jewish people in cinematic history, such as Ben Hur, The Ten Commandments, The Diary of Anne Frank, Exodus, The Young Lions, Sophie's Choice, La Vita e Bella, and The Pianist, this film too resembles Gone With the Wind in its length. In 1995 the American Jewish community's association, called AIPAC, published a communique asking all the large Jewish companies to grant Spielberg financial and spiritual support so he could serve the goals of the Jewish people.
Spielberg, thanks to this support, became one of Hollywood's most lucrative and wealthy stars. In addition to purchasing the shares of ABS, together with Joseph (sic) Katzenberg, CEO of the Walt Disney company, and David Geffen, CEO of the Geffen company, and established the DreamWorks company using a vast investment. As a first step, he created the animated film The Prince of Egypt. The film's plot was according to the Zionist taste, and told of Moses' life.
During those years, another idea infiltrated the imagination of Hollywood's Jews: Establishing the Supreme Committee for Film, attended by Zionist leaders in order to produce propaganda films to serve the Zionist aspirations. This committee set two very clear missions on its agenda: First, producing films with Zionist trends. Second, recruiting movie stars for this propaganda cause.
However, some time later, the committee took upon itself another immoral covert responsibility; they were given the responsibility of banning famous actors who supported the Palestinian Arabs in political issues from worldwide film festivals. People such as Isabell Adjani, Kevin Costner, Emma Thompson, Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, and Sophia Loren were blacklisted by the Zionists.