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An extraordinary work of both cinematic and political activism, 5 Broken Cameras is a deeply personal, first-hand account of non-violent resistance in billion, a West Bank village threatened by encroaching Israeli settlements.
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5 Broken Cameras=1 Broken Heart

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Comments about PBS 5 Broken Cameras DVD:

I always teach my students, "If you don't study Points of View (POV), you are not studying history." This program serves as a vivid reminder that we in America are not being presented with the full picture of the conflict in Palestine/Israel. What we see, hear and therefore learn is almost always from a Western/Israeli perspective. We are taught that Palestinians are violent and unworthy of trust. That all their protests are in the form of rockets launched from Gaza. While certainly that may be true of the areas controlled by Hamas, it certainly isn't true in the areas where Fatah has won majority (the West Bank). These people through grit, determinination, love and patience have seen some of the their land returned. Although this film is heartbreaking, I strongly recommend it. I truly believe that if more Americans witnessed the non-violent, legal protests taking place in the West Bank, they would see a bit of our own history in the lives of these people ie. the civil rights movement. This film can spark dialogue and hopefully change. Thank you PBS for airing this.

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