French Jewish Supremacist and “media analyst” Philippe Karsenty has been convicted of defamation and fined 7,000 Euros ($9,100) for accusing a state television network of staging a video that depicted a young Palestinian being shot dead by the Israeli army.
The footage, taken more than a decade ago, galvanized Palestinians and anti-Israeli sentiment in the Mideast.
A Paris court ruled in favor of the state-owned TV network, France-2 in a defamation case filed by the network.
The footage broadcast on Sept. 30, 2000, showed the terrified boy, Mohammed al-Dura, and his father cowering from Israeli gunfire in the Gaza. The two were eventually shot even though they represented no threat to the Israeli forces, and murdered in cold blood.
Karsenty has waged a decade long campaign to deny the atrocity, culminating in an official refutation, issued by him in conjunction with the Israeli government, called the Kupperwasser Report.
This claim that the footage was a hoax was widely broadcast all over the Jewish Supremacist controlled media.
For example, Israel’s official television channel, Arutz Sheva, claimed that France-2 had committed a “blood libel” against Jews by broadcasting the shooting.
In addition, the Zionist media said, the “whole scene might have been staged in the first place. Which means that Charles Enderlin and France 2 are responsible for a blood libel that caused the death of hundreds of Jews and that had devastating consequences on Israel’s international image.”
These claims have now been shown by the French court decision to be yet another Zionist Supremacist lie.