Iran to produce animation on real Holocaust

“The production of cinematic animation Blood from Heaven, about the first holocaust by the Jews in human history, has been launched.

This animation film depicts a historical tragedy, based on Quranic verses and well-documented and researched sources, the first holocaust by the man on earth. It is a disturbing tale of a Christian city which became victim to the burning fire of extremist Jewish (Zionist) religious fanaticism.

Najran, a Yemeni prominent city before the advent of Islam, witnesses Christian’s brutal massacre by the Zionist rulers of the city. Najran is famous for its archeological sites. People of Najran converted to Christianity with the call of the missionary.

At that time, the king was an extremist Jew called Yusuf Dhu Nuwas. He massacred those inhabitants who would not renounce Christianity. He burned and killed Christians in what Quran has called ‘Al-Ukhdud.’

In Quran, Chapter Al Burooj, Verses 4-7, read “Cursed were the people of the ditch (the story of the Boy and the King). Fire supplied (abundantly) with fuel, When they sat by it (fire), and they witnessed what they were doing against the believers (i.e. burning them).”

Dhu Nuwas collected the people and made them to opt from one of accepting the Judaism and renouncing Christianity, and being burned in Ukhdud blazes. Christians, but opted for the second route, and were burned in the blazes with the decree from Yemeni king in 524 AD.

The cinematic animation is produced by one of the most professional animation teams in Iran, and is predicted to end in October 2013.

The animation will be rendered in 3D, and will be similar to real representation. With outstanding graphic details, it would canvass the multitudes of audience. Blood from the Heaven, is the product of Owj Media and Art Organization, and is directed by Najafi brothers.”



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