In the new Turkish film “Valley of the Wolves Iraq”, a bloodthirsty, money-hungry Jewish doctor is played by Irish drunk Gary Busey. The doctor removes and sells organs from innocent Iraqi wedding guests after American soldiers crash a wedding party and shoot at them for fun. It’s Turkey’s most expensive movie in history and advance tickets have been selling out.

A Palestinian movie that was highlighted in the documentary film “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West” and which played in the Arab-occupied Israeli territories on Passover was about a rabbi trying to kill a Christian child whose blood he needed in order to make the “special Passover matzoh.” A scene showed two men holding down the child while the rabbi character slit his throat over a bowl. Considering that before this clip, the “Obsession” audience had just witnessed real footage of beheadings and charred American and Israeli bodies being dragged by trucks through Muslim streets, the fictional rabbi scene didn’t exactly achieve the desired effect; in fact, it seemed rather innocuous in comparison.

So here’s the creative crisis for Muslims: considering the gorefest that they treat us to on a daily basis in the non-fiction realm of the real world–in which they employ quite literally the very methods they accuse Jews and the West of in their fiction, and considering the over-the-top methods they’ve innovated– which put horror filmmakers Wes Craven and John Carpenter to shame–what can they possibly portray America or Jews as doing that will elicit any kind of horror at all from an audience? Between promising to drink the blood of Jews, pouring acid onto women’s faces, beheading Christian children and chopping off people’s hands and feet for public spectacle (and enthusiastic spectators there are), what Muslims do on a daily basis almost by rote upstages any horror show they could possibly conceive of and attribute to us.

Talk about a society desensitized to violence! While here we worry that our children’s violent video games may lead to real-life violence, there they worry that their murderous children might God forbid play a video game.

Indeed, the horror film genre would be redundant in the Arab world, where the macabre is mundane. That’s probably why Moustapha Akkad, the producer of all the “Halloween” movies, invested in American movies. That is, until he was killed in November when al Qaeda bombed a WEDDING PARTY at a hotel in Amman, Jordan.

Meanwhile, the next “Friday the 13th” movie is in the works—reportedly a prequel to the series in which unkillable serial killer Jason Voorhies goes around killing young people in a camp. But rather than a prequel, might I suggest a simple variation: the theme would remain the same–a serial killer is lurking in a camp, only the camp is a Palestinian terrorist-refugee camp, and it could be called “Jason…in Gaza” (ch-ch-ch-ch-ah-ah-ah-ah-ch-ch-ch-ch-ah-ah-ah-ah).