Days of Palestine – Ramallah
Asra Media Office today, Wednesday, confirmed that the movie “Amira,” which deals with the prisoners’ children of the smuggled sperms (ambassadors of freedom), is lousy to use art, and it only serves the Israeli occupation.
In a statement, the Office said that what the film dealt with in this manner and this level of intellectual decline, reprehensible behavior, and the destructive use of art and media in dealing with the issue of smuggled prisoners’ sperm serves only the occupation.
They explained that the confidence and heroism that the prisoners possess in reverence for the souls of the Palestinian people and will not be affected by a shaky act or word.
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The prisoners’ battles with the jailer are open in all areas. Their lives will not be disrupted, regardless of obstacles or impediments, and the ambassadors’ journey of freedom will not stop.
The Office stressed that the issue of freedom ambassadors is a determination to complete the course of life and a challenge to the jailer.
The heroic Palestinian prisoners record an impressive victory and a model for the oppression of the jailer who has always fought against it and strived hard to stop it and did not leave any means of repression, transfer, punishment, and denial of visits to prevent it.
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The Office called to stop broadcasting and publish this film, which carries a style and message that serves the policies of the Israeli occupation and holds everyone behind it accountable.
They also called on the official censorship authorities not to allow the film to be shown because of the abuse, distortion and poisoning it carries concerning the struggles of the prisoners and the Freedom Ambassadors project.
The Office also called on the Palestinian and Arab peoples to boycott the film and all the parties that deal with it, publish it or promote it, and interact with full force with the activities and events that demand the deletion of film and an apology for production.