Popular American television shows are presenting Israel in a highly critical manner, sources in Israeli Embassy in Washington say, expressing their concern that the negative characterization will badly affect the Jewish state’s image among viewers.
[ Zionist foreign policy is doing that all by itself ]
One of the recent episodes of HBO comedy series “Veep,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, focused on the Middle East conflict: The US vice president’s daughter, a college student who has a boyfriend of Iranian descent, slams Israel in an essay based on Oscar-nominated film “5 Broken Cameras.”
[ Some excerpts from the ‘offending’ episode in question ]
An episode in American political drama series “House of Cards” is also said to have presented Israel in a critical manner: In order to thwart the president’s choice for secretary of state, Representative Francis Underwood (played by Kevin Spacey) uses an editorial published by the candidate 30 years earlier in his college student newspaper, in which he criticized Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestinian land.
Jewish organizations rush to accuse the candidate of being anti-Semitic, and although he repeatedly claims that he did not write the article, the president is forced to withdraw the nomination.
[ Points for Real-World accuracy there …
Season 2 of House of Cards arrives on Netflix early next year ]
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