Gazans love anti-Semitic Turkish TV show
Of course. The 'Palestinians' in Gaza love the anti-Semitic Turkish television show Valley of the Wolves
Children are buying bags, notebooks and pencil cases featuring pictures
of the main character, Polat Alemdar (played by Necati Şaşmaz).
mother from Gaza, Ummu Ahmad, said her son had an obsession with the
character, who has been renamed as Murat Alemdar on the Arabic-language
broadcast of the show, adding that she had traveled to every stationary
store to locate pencil cases featuring Şaşmaz’s visage.
Halid Ashur said many forums were fighting to acquire the latest episodes of the series and broadcast it on their web pages.
man’s brother, Ahmad Ashur, said many people appreciated the series,
believing that it was largely close to reality and that it depicts
events that could happen between Iran, Syria and Iraq.
same time, people in the strip are also eagerly devouring the latest
social media news about the show, while using the platform to call on
the show’s main actors to come and visit Gaza.
What could go wrong?
Labels: Gaza, Turkish obsession with Israel, Valley of the Wolves