Israel’s ambassador to India, Naor Gillon, is receiving threats to leave the country amid the ongoing controversy over the film ‘The Kashmir Files.’ He shared a screenshot of a message on Twitter on Saturday. In which it was written- ‘Hitler was great that he burnt scum like you. Leave India immediately; Hitler was a great man. He said that this message had been sent to him on Twitter. Keeping in mind the sender’s security of the message, I am hiding his identity. His profile says Ph.D. holder.

Anti-Semitism still exists today: Gillon.

Indians have supported the Israeli ambassador on this post. Gillon thanked the people of India in another tweet. He said he was getting a lot of support from India on the last post, which makes me feel very good. The purpose of sharing that message was only to tell that even today, anti-Jewish sentiments are present in people. We need to oppose this together.

This message has come in the midst of a controversy that started after he called the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ obscene. Israeli Ambassador Nadav Lepid, at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa, described ‘The Kashmir Files’ as a propaganda and obscene film. After this, his statement was severely criticized.

However, Gillon apologized to India by writing an open letter on Twitter. He also reprimanded Lapid for this statement. Gillon said- I am ashamed and apologize for Lapid’s statement in return for India’s hospitality and friendship. Lapid’s statement is insensitive and full of pride; shame on you. Let us inform you that filmmaker Nadav Lapid was on the jury of the film festival.

The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ was based on the killings and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits in the Kashmir Valley in 1990. Which was released on 11 March 2022. In this, stars like Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, and Mithun Chakraborty have played lead roles. The Kashmir Files did good business. It earned more than Rs 290 crore at the box office.

PM Modi praised the film.

Prime Minister Modi praised the film at the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting. He had said that such films should continue to be made. The truth is revealed through them. Efforts have been made to suppress the truth about Kashmir shown in the film. Everyone talks about freedom of speech. A big incident like an Emergency happened in this country, but no film was made about it. Because there was no continuous effort, to tell the truth.

The closing ceremony of the 53rd International Film Festival (IFFI) in Goa has created a ruckus after a statement by an Israeli filmmaker. Nadav Lapid (Israeli filmmaker) on 28 November called ‘The Kashmir Files’ a vulgar and propaganda film. Union Minister Anurag Thakur was also present on the dais when Lapid made these statements.

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