Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 10619
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10/13   http://au.news.yahoo.com/031013/19/m1ue.html speaks for itself on
        why there's still no peace and no hope of peace in the middle east.
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Click to enlarge photo CAIRO AFP - Egyptian filmmakers urged organizers of the Cairo International Film Festival to withdraw the sole Egyptian film from the official competition because its director backs normalization of ties with Israel. Dozens of filmmakers and critics met Sunday to demand the withdrawal of Girls Loves because its director Khaled Al-Hagar made a previous film backing normalization with the Jewish state, said a statement obtained by AFP. The group was critical of the 1993 film, A Barrier That Divides Us, which tells the story of an impossible love between an Egyptian man and young Jewish woman in London. The film was sharply criticized when it was shown during the meeting at the offices of the Bar Association. No Israeli filmmaker could have made a film that mocks Arabs as much as this one and shows a young Jewish woman with so much passion for an Arab, said Mustafa Moharram, a former chairman of the Alexandria Film Festival. Hagars film was the only Egyptian entry among the 19 films in the official competition, though a total of 210 films from 45 different countries will be shown throughout the 10-day festival that began last week. But Hagar last week condemned what he said was Israels oppressive practices against the Palestinian people. His new film is about three half-sisters who do not know each other. They meet upon the death of their father, whose will requires them to live together for a year before they can inherit his property. Among the other films in the competition are two from Syria, What the Audience Wants by Abdel Latif Abdel Hamid and Poetic Visions by Waha al-Raheb, as well as the Tunisian film Wind Dance by Tayeb al-Wahichi. Around a dozen other feature-length films are from Western and Asian countries. The organizers have routinely barred participation by Israeli filmmakers in the annual festival despite a 1979 peace treaty between the two countries which provided for cultural cooperation.