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on 17 May 2012
While well done, this movie is very biased and uses partial facts to create the theme (i.e. questioning the right of a Jewish state). Surely, wars are horrible and do include atrocities, but to portray the Arabs as the saints in this conflict is a complete misrepresentation. The 1948 period is shown with Jewish atrocities only. However, most atrocities were committed by the Arabs, but none are shown. Even today's suicide bomber was shown with much compassion (wonderful family etc.). Yes, all Palestinians in this movie were good, gentle people, almost saintly. The Jews, on the other hand, were portrayed as evil in 1948 and more so today. BTW, one big difference between Israeli terror and Palestinian is that the Irgun warned the King David hotel about the bombing one hour before it happened. Palestinian suicide bombers never do. Having said that, I am honestly .disgusted by the Jewish settlers and their behavior.
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