Part of a movie is being filmed on board the Mavi Marmara, where Israeli troops clashed in May with pro-Palestinian activists trying to breach the blockade in Gaza, said Salih Bilici, a spokesman for the Turkish Islamic charity that sponsored the flotilla, told The Associated Press on Sunday.
The movie "Valley of the Wolves --
This time, the hero Polat Alemdar and his team are given the task of hunting down the raid's military commander and planner, a fictional character called Mose Ben Eliezer, according to the film's website.
"Mose destroys villages, kills children and throws everyone who helps Polat into prison," it says.
No one was available at the Pana production company Sunday.
In January, Ayalon summoned the Turkish ambassador to complain about "Valley of the Wolves," forcing the envoy to sit on a low sofa.
Bilici said the crew was currently filming an enactment of the raid aboard the Mavi Marmara. It shows activists performing early morning prayers when an Israeli helicopter approaches and soldiers rappel on board and shoot at them, Bilici said.
The movie's release is scheduled for January 28.
The Mavi Marmara and two other Turkish ships were part of a flotilla sailing toward
Last week, a report by three U.N.-appointed human rights experts found that Israeli forces violated international law when they raided the flotilla.
The "Valley of the Wolves" films and TV series are highly popular in
In the early years of the TV series, upset fans held a minute of silence in the memory of one of the heroes who was killed off. They had obituaries printed in a newspaper expressing their grief, while a gang of angry youths beat up the actor who played his killer.