Rabbi Raphael Shore is a Canadian-Israeli filmmaker and the founder of the Clarion Fund, which has close ties to Aish HaTorah, a supporter of the Israeli settler movement. Shore is the twin brother of Rabbi Ephraim Shore, the former President of the Israel lobby media watchdog HonestReporting (also run by Aish HaTorah). His elder brother David Shore, a television writer and producer. Shore's films are produced and promoted by Honest Reporting.
Shore's controversial documentary about Islam in America Obsession became the centre of controversy when during the 2008 presidential campaign his organization had 28 million copies distributed to voters in swing states in an apparent attempt to play on fears about Obama's alleged Islamic roots. Shore has frequently criticized US media for its supposed anti-Israel bias.
Shore has written and produced the following films.
- Iranium (2011)
- Crossing the Line: The Intifada Comes to Campus (2010)
- Relentless: The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East (2009)
- Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West (2005)
- The Third Jihad: Radical Islam's Vision for America (2003)
- Ali Gharib and Eli Clifton, Neo-cons, Ex-Israeli Diplomats Push Islamophobic Video, Inter Press Service, 19 October 2008
- Daphna Berman, Obsession Stokes Passions, Fears and Controversy, Haaretz, 19 October 2008
- Raphael Shore, Media coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, USA Today, 21 January 2005
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