First Comes Saturday, Then Comes Sunday (DVD)
Why has there been a great but little-reported Christian exodus from the Middle East, with some 2 million fleeing in the past 20 years alone?
This Christian exodus is a result of many factors, including the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians and the related decline of the economy but, perhaps most significantly, the religious persecution these Christians encounter from their Muslim neighbors.
"First Comes Saturday, Then Comes Sunday" is a well-known slogan in the Middle East meaning: "First we ‘take care of’ the Jews (who pray on Saturday), then we ‘take care of’ the Christians (the "Sunday people").
Pierre Rehov again addresses this alarming trend in his film, a sequel to "Holy Land: Christians in Peril." “First Comes Saturday” is a documentary containing interviews with Christians as well as exclusive footage showing how dangerous their situation is under Islamic rule.
Since the uprising of the second intifada Pierre Rehov has directed a string of major documentaries, including "Holy Land: Christians in Peril" and "Hostages of Hatred," a film revealing the enormous number of Palestinian “refugees” and exposing those responsible. Rehov puts himself in life-threatening situations daily as he seeks to discover and record what is really happening in the Middle East. In this film and in his many others, you can join him in seeking the truths that the media and government want to hide.
“This film is shocking. I thought that I was up on current events, I just can't believe what they did at that church, and it was not even noted on any mainstream media. This was for me a watershed event, in the sense that I now see just how completely anti-Christian the mainstream media is. It's just unbelievable. I still to this day can't believe it.” – Chris “Fox” McReynolds
“This video is a ‘must see’ for everyone who is curious about Islam, and understanding 9-11. This video shows in a shocking and terrifying way, the reality of the ugliness of radical Islam that is carried out by the most "devout" followers of the Koran, which commands Jihad against infidels. No one who watches this spellbinding film, can be left without feeling disturbed by the oppression and barbaric treatment that Jews and Christians are subject to at the hands of Islamists, who seek Islamic world domination (and a return of the caliphate.) Political correctness makes this film and this topic untouchable on network TV. The only way to understand Islam, and connect the dots as to why 9-11 happened, and why Islamic aggression has happened throughout the world, and continues to this day, is to view this film and start to peel back the facade of the ‘religion of peace.’ This should be mandatory for all school children, and all ‘truthers.’” – E. Pacheco
“This documentary fills the black hole in history, and draws the line between ancient islam and todays terrorism. To understand the suffering of the christians in the Middle East, you need to look at this black hole in history, and this film does that. Must see.” – Mark Train “Sam”
About the Producer
Pierre Rehov is a French-Israeli documentary film producer and director, novelist, journalist and lawyer. Born of Jewish parents in Algeria, Rehov emigrated with his family to France at an early age to escape the growing Muslim anti-Semitism that would eventually morph into what is now popularly known as the “Arab Spring.” Motivated by the apparent staging and coverup of the killing of 12-year-old Palestinian Mohammed al-Dura in 2000, Rehov turned investigative reporter, researching and recording the inconsistencies turned up by his investigation. Rehov’s documentaries include “The Trojan Horse,” uncovering Yasser Arafat’s true designs; “Holy Land: Christians in Peril,” on why Bethlehem no longer is a Christian town; “The Road to Jenin,” exposing the Palestinian “massacre” hoax; “Silent Exodus,” on the expulsion of a million Jews from Arab countries after 1948; and "The Path to Darkness," which documents the step-by-step religious brainwashing of candidates for suicide terrorism, with input from former World War II Japanese kamikazes.
- Director: Pierre Rehov
- Producer: Pierre Rehov
- Format: NTSC, Color
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Rating: Unrated
- Studio: Visual Evidence
- Run Time: 58 minutes
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