Philippe Karsenty Proves Mohammed Al-Dura Fraud


Welcome to the premiere of FrontPage Close-Up with Jamie Glazov, a new video series of provocative interviews with the leading thinkers and newsmakers of our time. Our first interview is with a hero of our modern era — Philippe Karsenty, the French media analyst who exposed the Mohammed Al-Dura Fraud, which involved France 2, a French television network, broadcasting staged footage of Israeli soldiers allegedly killing a 12-year-old Palestinian, Mohammed al-Dura, during a gun battle in Gaza in 2000. We have run Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV in our previous editions. See Part V, our final segment, below:

Stay tuned for upcoming guests:

World-renowned thriller writer, Andrew Klavan.
Courageous Muslim Reformer, Raheel Raza.
Radical-in-Chief author, Stanley Kurtz.
Leading scholar of Islam, Robert Spencer.

And many more. . . .

  • Beth

    I'm grateful to Philippe Karsenty for his work in getting the truth exposed concerning staged Palestinian propaganda. I agree; he is a modern day hero.
    I wanted to point out that not only did the French media take their part in spreading such a damaging lie, but media in the U.S. surely took their part in doing the same, specifically – CBS.
    They have YET to undo the damage they caused. To do so, would require them to expose what they reported as truth – was actually a hoax – day and night for quite some time – because that's what it takes these days to inform the public when it comes to undoing any lie. I don't see them ever making such an important correction – in the way that it should be made (so that ALL people are made perfectly aware of the lie that they reported).
    Until they do, the stain of hypocrsy will remain with them – at least for those of us who are paying attention.

    Thank you Jamie, for posting this.

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  • aaron_truax

    This should be made into a movie.