Society for Sephardic Progress
deplores the new Mel Gibson film.
International Society for Sephardic Progress deplores the
new Mel Gibson film, The Passion of the Christ. Shelomo
Alfassa, the ISFSP Executive Director stated:
movie is a putrid attempt at demonstrating the Christian story
of the crucifixion. The movie was not even based on the facts
as written in the Christian Bible, but a combination of Christian
stories all rolled up into a story of bloodbath and a story
an accurate understanding of the anti-Semitism contained in the
film, Mr. Alfassa has reviewed the film, it is presented here
in its entirety. To open the review, click here.
The International Society for Sephardic Progress (ISFSP) is
a Jewish agency developed to serve the Sephardic community--the
descendants of the Jews of historic Spain, Portugal, North Africa
and the Levant who share both common religious and cultural bonds.
Although based in the United States, the ISFSP is an advocacy
organization representing Sephardim internationally. The ISFSP
also functions to produce high quality Jewish educational projects
which will educate the public on the rich Sephardic Jewish communities,
past and present.
ISFSP is a
a non-profit organization.