|In 1967, Israel won a decisive Six Day War, launched by four Arab neighbors. To the victor goes the soils and
Israel kept a patch of land called the West Bank, originally belonging to Jordan, but jutting awkwardly into
Israel along the western side of the River Jordan and the Dead Sea. Israel has attached these strategic
2100 square miles and with it, the 2,000,000 Palestinians who live there.
Both sides are offended by the social, political and religious sensitivities that divided them further
exacerbated by the separation wall that Israel built to stop the terrorism.
Into this caustic maelstrom, Bill ventured in December 2009 and gives a riveting account of life int the
West Bank. You will visit the Palestinian towns, schools, street life and
meet the hardy Palestinians themselves.
This is Must See realism!
|Palestinian Wall Paintings
|University Professor: Mohammed Dajani
|Bethlehem: Manger Square Under Palestinian
|Wall Around New Israeli Settlement
|Islamic Cemetery: Mount Of Olives in
|16th Century Wall Around Old Jerusalem
|Palestinian College Students at U.S.
Sponsored Award Ceremony
|Dome of the Rock: circa 685 A.D. On
Jerusalem Temple Mount