Hat tip to Muqata--please take the time to go to his site and read the entire review. One of the highest budget films ever made in Turkey (over 10 millions dollars), will hit theaters in November in about 100 countries around the world. "Valley of the Wolves: Palestine,". Supposedly inspired by the May 31st Mavi Marmara Terror-flotilla ship, intercepted on the way to Gaza, this is a great example of how doctoring film is done. Paint guns become machine guns, and the murderous thugs aboard the ship become innocent peaceniks.
Quoted from Muqata: The childish plot depicts a "Delta-Squad" of elite Turkish commandos arriving in Israel to "take revenge" for the deaths of the Flotilla terrorists, killed by IDF soldiers. Their "target" is an eye-patched Israeli officer, Moshe Ben Eliezer, who "planned and managed the raid" of the Mavi Marmara. Of course, many people planned it, but why let facts get in the way of a pathetic Turkish film?
I won't bother to repeat the whole story, but it was the people of Gaza who actually reported that the "Humanitarian Aid" unloaded from the peace "flotilla" to Gaza consisted of outdated, useless medicines, and a lot of junk. But the world would rather vilify Israel. Go figure.
Here is a clip from the "blockbuster" movie.