Protocols of Zion

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Protocols of Zion is a documentary film by Marc Levin, made in order to examine the rise of antisemitism in the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Appearing in the film giving their perspective on the issue are Arab Americans, Black nationalists, Holocaust survivors, White nationalists, and Frank Weltner, promoter of the web site "Jew Watch", a website dedicated to raise doubt towards the credibility of the Holocaust, meant to promote the idea that the Holocaust never took place. The film receives it's inspiration after Marc Levin was sitting in a New York City taxicab being driven by an Egyptian driver who states that Jews were warned in advance, not to go to work at the Twin Towers on the day of the attacks.

| 2004 | 1 hr 35 min | 6.3/10 | 60/100
Kofi Annan, Joanne Baron, Shmuley Boteach, Michael L. Brown
Marc Levin
Produced By
Levin Steve Kalafer
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