Patrick Keddie is a British freelance writer, currently based in Egypt. He writes mainly about politics and culture in the Middle East. He has reported from the West Bank, Gaza, Egypt, and Greece. His work has been published in Delayed Gratification, the Morning Star, and Open Democracy, among others. Check out his blog here.
“They were educated in security, and these guys are raised with the concept that the word ‘Jew’ means ‘enemy.’ They all look at themselves in the mirror, and they imagine themselves to be superheroes, spy killers . . . I doubt they even saw the film before banning it.”