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Is the streaming giant trying to make up for promoting a film full of blood libels?

Last month, Netflix aired “Farha,” a Jordanian film about the 1948 war that vilifies the Israeli army and is riddled with inaccuracies and lies.

Israeli lawmakers and Jewish advocates blasted the streaming giant’s “attempted blood libel.” Yet the platform did not remove the hateful film.

Now Netflix seems to think that streaming Israeli films every week will make up for the platform’s promotion of slander about the Jewish state.