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Souls In Transit

The story of a past massacre that tragically

continues to this day


There are probably many films that deal with the history and archaeology of the Middle East, but few go deeper into the causes of today’s conflicts.

Who are these Christians who live in the Middle East? How has it come that today they live scattered all over the world. What are the interests of the global players in this conflict? Which geopolitical factors play a role? Why is it necessary to clarify and how can the horror be stopped?

How can it be that that indigenous population of Mesopotamia, the founder of civilization, always gets between the fronts and is constantly decimated?

Religious hatred is deliberately incited to prevent peaceful coexistence and to enforce the plans of ethnic cleansing.

There is still a prejudice that Christians do not belong to the Middle East. They continue to be held responsible for the Crusaders. As if the Christians of the Middle East had summoned the Crusaders!

That is why they are still regarded as foreign bodies. How else can it be explained that Christians became victims of a targeted policy of decimation over and over again? Those responsible to Christians have never been prosecuted and the West has also only ever represented its own interests in the region, so that no one has ever stood by the Christians. 

Is there a plan behind all this? Who is involved in them and why? Is what is happening in the Middle East today merely the result of the Sykes-Picot Agreement and will the “divide and conquer” policy continue forever? When will the peoples of the Middle East finally be given the right to decide their own future? 

Who benefits most from these wars and wants to “cleanse” the Middle East of Christians in order to be able to fight against the “evil Muslims” at any time?

The film will tell this story in the present using five characters. These are Aida Tobia, Dr. Rawaa, Fedaa Botros Mariam and her Father.

The historical story is told by the contemporary witnesses and survivors of the genocide Zio Rhawi and Yusuf dbe Hanna. Other elements are archive materials from the various international archives.


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