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“Circassians” Film And Fallacy Of Reality

posted by eagle on May, 2012 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

"Circassians” Film and Fallacy of Reality

Presented by: Adel Bashqawi
16, May, 2012

News posted on social network Face book for a video quoted from YouTube, quoting a report of the Russian Satellite TV in Arabic language, "Russia Today" reporting about a recently produced film entitled "Circassians" by Director Mohydeen Quandour when it was displayed in the "Moscow International Film Festival”, and the film was described as one of the films that were presented on its "sidelines”. At the beginning of the video, light was shed on the question of one of the main participants (actors): Those who lose the war, do they leave their homes and their place of residence…? The correspondent elaborated in her report on mentioning a historical fallacy, namely that the early immigrants of Circassians of Jordan "came to Jordan from the Caucasus onboard "Hejaz Railroad Train” on their way from their original homeland "crossing Turkey and Damascus”, and the correspondent continued that the film is "about a love story that brought together Nart, the Circassian Youngman and the beautiful Bedouin girl, Hind”, where the matter is made to a shortcut conclusion as a "romantic story”; the report highlighted the opinion of a commentator that "the film is the first novelist work, which documents the history of the Circassians”, and the reporter who prepared the TV report went on to say that "the story was likened by many with the story of Romeo and Juliet" and she continues complementing "but it varied in conclusion, scenes of Circassian joy with all those regional and ethnic details have fueled feelings in the hearts ... ". What a gorgeous expression, they came with? As if they were not subjected to forced deportation from their homeland, and what joy they are talking about, which they are people who were subjected to murder, genocide, displacement and deportation under extreme circumstances? And how a romantic story to be first pursuant to document the history of the Circassians? Wasn’t there a plenty of time to mention the Black Sea and its horrors?

There is fabrication for matters that did not occur except in the imagination of that who wanted to change the facts as if the entire Circassian nation had went out from homeland for a picnic and fake information was provided that has not turned in the imagination of those who cited the information contained in the film, to the point a fabricated map for an imaginary course of the deported Circassians, that the film has insisted to describe them as immigrants, which the report’s introduction said that "they came”. It was reported that the Circassians arrived to Jordan on "Hejaz Railway Train" and that is categorically false, because Circassians had begun to be deported from homeland before the year 1860, where numbers had increased later on to reach unprecedented amounts in the year 1864 and beyond, because their deportation did not occur by the "Hejaz Railway Train” which was started to be built and to be inaugurated after the year 1900 AD which work had initiated on its creation in 1900 and opened in 1908 that continued to work until 1916 as a result of the First World War. The film is blatantly ignoring the genocide suffered by the Circassian nation, as well as the occupation of the Circassian homeland which was the direct cause of all the tragedies suffered by the Circassian people.

The first Circassians who arrived to Jordan, they arrived by sea from Turkey to Palestine (which was part of the Ottoman Empire at the time) and later on, some convoys came from Turkey by land which used old means of transportation such as carriages pulled by horses and oxen, those Circassians who were expelled forcibly and were deported from their homeland in accordance with a conspiracy between the influential international forces at the time, and some of them had been deported to the Balkans and then they were re-deported to other places, the first batch of frightened refugees had arrived to Amman, that had consisted Roman and other ruins, and had established the village of Amman, which had no train station, and the Hejaz Train Railway had not been established in the first place.

From: Face book
Circassians Genocide Survivors

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