Pierre Rehov: 'As long as most media lie, peace will not be possible in the Middle East'

In his documentaries, Pierre Rehov demonstrates how our version of the Middle East conflict has been corrupted by the Arab use of reporters as propagandists.

Rehov is a French Jewish film maker, most known for his movies which are almost exclusively based on the Israeli-Arab conflict. Rehov was born to a Jewish family in Algeria, where he experienced terrorism at a young age. In 1961 his family moved to France with as many as 250,000 other French fleeing the colony of Algeria, which was to become independent the next year.

Rehov was not a pro-Israeli activist until 2000, when he saw the death of Muhammad al-Durrah on television, and doubted its authenticity. Since then, he has been working mostly in the Palestinian territories, rebuking anti-Israeli propaganda



See the trailers of Rehov’s documentaries:


Why are most Palestinians still considered as refugees after 55 years? Why are they still living in camps? Who is responsible for that humanitarian disaster. In his film, “The Hostages of Hatred” Pierre Rehov sets out to tell us the real story of those men, women and children, who have been shamefully used as mere pawns for over 50 years, by Arab leaders at first, by Palestinian leaders later on and until this very day but also by the United Nations’ body that was specially created to supposedly take care of them: the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNWRA.


This feature documentary takes the audience on a disturbing journey deep into a culture that few can comprehend – that of suicide bombers. Filmmaker Pierre Rehov examines the phenomenon of suicide bombers through rare and never-before-seen interviews with actual family members of terrorists the prisoners whose bombing attempts have been thwarted and exclusive footage of a terror bomber as he prepares for mission!



A short abstract of Pierre Rehov”s next film in production. The US army and security forces are doing a great job in Iraq. Promoting freedom and democracy takes time. But fighting Muslim terrorism is the task given to the free world. Rehov does an excellent job in capturing the real environment in Iraq. One for which the people beg for democratic values and norms and where US troops place their lives on the line to provide those freedoms to the Iraq people. It would be the white flag of surrender to Islamic terrorism to abandon the people of Iraq by withdrawing the stabilizing presence of US troops.


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