Let’s talk about Land

Ahmad Shamroukh, Bethlehem 2014

Ahmad Shamroukh, Bethlehem 2014

The film is available online until Tu, 20th Oct. 2015 on 3sat-Mediathek
(english with german over-voice)

Background information & links

Danny Kronberg, Israeli-Palestinian organisation

Danny Kronberg, Israeli-Palestinian organisation „Ta’ayush“

Ta’ayush (Living together)
Israelis & Palestinians striving to achieve full civil equality through non-violent direct-action.

Palestinian and Israeli protestesters in Nabi Saleh, West Bank

Palestinian and Israeli protesters in Nabi Saleh, West Bank

Nabi Saleh Solidarity – Palestinians & Israelis protesting against occupation
Homepage
Wikipedia

Dror Etkes, documents the expansion of Israeli settlements

Dror Etkes, documents the expansion of Israeli settlements

Article in „The Times of Israel“
Conversation with Dror Etkes

Sari Nusseibeh, Palestinian philosopher and Peace Activist

Sari Nusseibeh, Palestinian philosopher and Peace Activist

Article by Sari Nusseibeh: How can Israel avoid a hellish future?
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South Hebron Hills

South Hebron Hills

UN-report of the West Bank situation in September 2015

English synopsis of the film
The protagonists of this film are Israelis and Palestinians who attempt the impossible – every Friday, they meet to walk towards the Israeli soldiers. Palestinians from the village of Nabi Saleh and their Jewish supporters protest against the Israelis who have built a settlement on the property of the villagers. Dror Etkes is an Israeli who has documented the expansion of Israeli settlements – he shows how facts on the ground are increasingly preventing a two-state solution.
Nine years ago, we met a young Israeli called Ben at a peace camp (Middle East – Trauma and Hopes of the Young). Ben was 14 at the time and convinced that both nations should live in a single state. Ahmad, a now 24-year-old Palestinian, also makes a reappearance in the film: nine years ago, we filmed him during his therapy after the trauma he suffered in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Palestinian philosopher Sari Nusseibeh looks towards the future and discusses different visions of a coexistence based on partnership. This is a film about people and their peaceful fight for equal rights of Israelis and Palestinians.