Ever Again examines the sweeping resurgence of antisemitism in 21st century Europe and its connection to global terrorism.



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Credited cast:
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Milo Adoner ...
Himself - French Holocaust Survivor of Auschwitz
Yusuf Al-Qaradawi ...
Himself - Iman & Spiritual Advisor to Al-Jazeera (archive footage)
Hani Al-Sibai ...
Himself - Al-Maqreze Centre for Historical Studies, London
Jean-Francois Bastin ...
Himself - Founder, Young Moslems Party, Belgium
Himself - British Prime Minister (archive footage)
Pascal Boniface ...
Himself - French Socialist Leader (archive footage)
José Bové ...
Himself - French Anti-Globalist (archive footage)
Alexander Brenner ...
Himself - Former President Berlin Jewish Community Holocaust Survivor (as Dr. Alexander Brenner)
Himself - Author (archive footage)
Alexandre Del Valle ...
Himself - Author & Expert on European Extremist Groups
Rashid (voice)
Himself - Author & Professor of Law, Harvard University
Dieudonné ...
Himself - French Comic (archive footage)
Morad El Hattab ...
Himself - French Born Moslem, Author and Critic of Islamic Extremism


Ever Again examines the sweeping resurgence of antisemitism in 21st century Europe and its connection to global terrorism.

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8 December 2006 (USA)  »

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Terror na Europa  »

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A must see
18 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a very important film exposing the growing ubiquity of antisemitism, not just for the heinous attitude that it is, but for what it means in the greater scope of our global civilization.

Antisemitism is the 'canary in the mine' warning us of a much deeper, more insidious mindset that threatens all of us, whether we are Jews or not.

I was struck at the examples shown in the film that demonstrated antisemitism on the Left. We expect it from Right-wingers, (although this is an assumption that we should not necessarily make), but not from those who are so-called liberals.

It made me think. It made me aware that I need to pay closer attention and not assume that media doesn't have an agenda or that public figures are who they purport to be.

The mark of a good film is one that interrupts your direction and makes you think. This film does exactly that.

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