In the 17th episode Nader Talebzade interviewed Dr. Jacob Cohen, the French Jewish anti-Zionist activist and Palestine advocate.
In the beginning of this episode Dr. Cohen elaborates on the mechanisms of how Mossad infiltrates many countries to control them and to not to allow any truth be revealed about Israel crimes. He brings up the term “Sayanim” which refers to the group of Jews who live in and often hold the citizenship of lands outside of Israel, but who are recruited clandestinely by the Mossad to assist with its operations.
Then he talks about Morocco and the Zionist Youth Movement which Dr. Cohen was a member of when he was a teenager in 50s. He tells us that how the young ignorant Moroccan people were deceived by the propaganda to travel to Israel, he explains that how Moroccans were protesting of their conditions in Israel.
He also talks about his novels and the fact that how fiction allows him to write about the nature of Sayanim and Zionism.
Finally, Dr. Cohen tells us that how he is treated by press and media in France and how they “terrorize” anyone who talks about Sayanim. He explains that how they boycotted his book “the spring of the Sayanim”


“Nader’s Show” is hosted by Iranian filmmaker and writer Nader Talebzadeh, who has produced programs for an Iranian audience including a vast number of interviews with the US dissidents and whistleblowers.
American government couldn’t stand his voice of truth thus put sanctions on him to silent his voice, but Nader started a show to be the voice of the voiceless. Voice of the people who has been sanctioned either by governments or by the corporate media.
In “Nader’s Show” he wants to go beyond the borders and let the voices be heard.


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