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“This is an unprecedented show of support by Hollywood for Israel. Not only does the list of signatories to our statement keep growing, their voice is being picked up by national, as well as international, press.”


Hollywood support of Israel continues to grow

Among star signatories joining Schwarzenegger and Stallone are TV host Bill Maher, Academy Award nominee Minnie Driver, as well as major studio execs.


WASHINGTON – After first expressing their support for Israel during Operation Protective Edge, members of the film industry posted an additional ad Saturday in the New York Times which included 300 of Hollywood’s most prominent figures expressing their “commitment to peace and justice.”

The stars have already planned their next target, setting their sights on Europe, particularly Germany and the city of London, where many they feel cultural figures operate against Israel.

“This is an unprecedented show of support by Hollywood for Israel. Not only does the list of signatories to our statement keep growing, their voice is being picked up by national, as well as international, press,” said CCFP (Creative Community for Peace) director Lana Melman.


Arnold Schwarzenegger and Silvester Stallone (Photo: MCT)


CCFP, an organization that brings together prominent members of the entertainment industry to counter the cultural boycott of Israel, applauded the hundreds of artists and executives who signed the statement.

Scores of celebrities and power-brokers from the Hollywood establishment have come out in support of Israel and a peaceful resolution to its conflict with Hamas.

Stars such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen expressed support for Israel and said Hamas “cannot be allowed to rain rockets on Israeli cities, nor … hold its own people hostage.”

Comedian Sarah Silverman (Photo: Ayelet Yagil)

The statement comes after weeks in which a number of celebrities, including Penelope Cruz and husband Javier Bardem, condemned Israel for its handling of conflict, with Cruz and Bardem even accusing Israel of genocide. But with the notable exceptions of comedian Joan Rivers and actors Roseanne Barr and Mayim Bialik, few have expressed support for Israel.

Aaron Sorkin, Academy- and Emmy-award winning screenwriter, producer, and playwright, commented on his own endorsement, stating, “The CCFP statement fully supports the right of the Palestinians in Gaza to live in peace and prosperity. We unambiguously condemn the values and actions of Hamas, a barbaric and brutal terrorist organization that is the enemy of basic human rights, equality, freedom, and peace.”

The statement has already run in major industry publications, including Billboard, Variety, the Hollywood Reporter, and Deadline Hollywood, as well as in mainstream national publications such as the Los Angeles Times. The ad was also sent to international publications from India to Romania, including the Times of India, the Latin Post, Italy’s Il Mattino, and Romania Libera.

“It is gratifying to see that recent events in Israel and Gaza have caused an outpouring of support for Israel in its fight against Hamas, whose founding charter calls for the death of all Jews and the obliteration of an entire nation,” said CCFP co-founder David Renzer.

“This support comes from all facets of the entertainment industry, including top musicians, actors, and executives. The unifying statement also comes at a time of growing concerns regarding the rise of global anti-Semitism, usually cloaked in anti-Israel sentiment,” added Renzer.

Among the signatories are veteran action stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone, Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman, television host Bill Maher, Academy Award nominee Minnie Driver and owners of large Hollywood studios such as co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment Amy Pascal, Chairman and CEO of MGM Gerry Barber.




The ad itself …




See the full list of signatories HERE


And the faces …. REMEMBER THEM WELL


  1. DDearborn said,

    September 14, 2014 at 09:04


    This list should be inscribed in stone and forever held forth as a testament of the power of evil (the list and what it really represents) over good (the Palestinian people and their cause)

  2. DDearborn said,

    September 14, 2014 at 09:07


    The fact that supporters of Israel cannot see what an indictment this list has become highlights bigger problems ahead for Israel. By that I mean; consider the very public threat of blacklisting of anyone who dares voice support for the plight of the Palestinians or actually tell the truth about the Israeli genocide against the Palestinian people. This blackmail being used by Jews and their supporters in Hollywood is in fact a reflection of the duplicity, dishonesty, and use of terror by Israel itself.

    Blacklisting is a terrible, evil, and totally un-American form of public blackmail. What this list demonstrates is not support for Israel, but fear of the power of the stranglehold that Jewish interests have over Hollywood. It does prove however that Israel’s position is so weak that without this blackmail, support for its cause cannot sustain itself on its own merits. Clearly Israel is operating as an apartheid state. Clearly Israel is committing war crimes, crimes against humanity and Genocide against the Palestinian people. Clearly Israel is operating as a terrorist state. Clearly Israel is stealing Palestinian lands while hiding behind the phony specter of state security and anti-Semitism. Clearly Israel is in the wrong. In short Israel’s actions are as despicable, illegal, immoral and evil as the blacklisting going on in Hollywood against anyone in the industry that dares tell the truth. This list is not a show of support for Israel and its crimes, it is a testament to the power of economic terrorism and ultimately Israel’s failure as a nation.

  3. Winslie Gomez said,

    September 14, 2014 at 09:37

    Reblogged this on HAPLOGROUP – bit that makes us human..

  4. joekano76 said,

    September 14, 2014 at 12:46

    Reblogged this on TheFlippinTruth.

  5. September 14, 2014 at 14:33

    Kind of gives Mel Gibson some vindication….conveniently ignores what the IDF is actually doing……does anyone seriously enjoy Hollywood movies anyway, or the crap that they put on t.v.???? It’s largely such garbage I got rid of t.v. over 30 years ago…..and I don’t miss it, the odd time I catch something on it at a friends’ place is a constant reminder I did the right thing! Drunk or not, seems like Mel hit the nail on the head!

  6. Greg said,

    September 14, 2014 at 18:52

    The movies are awful anyway. Sophomoric computer animations.

  7. John said,

    September 14, 2014 at 19:20

    Support from an old bunch of dead beats at the end of their careers. When did the likes of Schwarz or Stalone last make a film worth watching? Apart from gratuitous violence, what have their films ever portrayed that was worth watching? Endorsements from the likes of them should highlight just how far the Zionists have sunk if these kinds of endorsements are all they are able to attain – like drowning men clutching at straws. Pathetic !!!

  8. Circus Circus said,

    September 14, 2014 at 19:55

    Most racist, prejudiced films eminant from Hollywood. Damn, just watch “Reel Arabs” documentary on Youtube to get a horrible taste of how they have portrayed Arabs for nearly a century. Truly anti-semitic! We all have also witnessed, in their incessantly bombastic celluloid output, the maltreatment of Black-Am, Germans, Russians characters.

  9. Anonymous said,

    September 14, 2014 at 20:40

    I concur lap dogs everyone of them

  10. Bad-Clown said,

    September 14, 2014 at 22:41

    Why would anyone cares what Hollywood actors has to say? Did you ever eats with one – they ain’t human. Besides, anyone what knows movies knows Hollywood makes the worst movies ever made!

  11. 667 said,

    September 15, 2014 at 00:02

    I’m not going to elaborate, but I’ve been sticking it to racist Hollywood and the money grubbers who run it for years.

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