Is a 2009 Israeli/Palestinian/American documentary film directed by Julia Bacha.
Budrus [is] a documentary by Julia Bacha that examines one West Bank town’s reaction to Israel’s construction of the security barrier. The town, with a population of 1,500, was set to be divided and encircled by the barrier, losing 300 acres of land and 3,000 olive trees. These trees were not only critical for economic survival but also sacred to the town’s intergenerational history. The film tells the story of Ayed Morrar, a Palestinian whose work for Fatah had led to five detentions in Israeli jails, but whose momentous strategic decision that the barrier would be best opposed by nonviolent resistance had far-reaching ramifications.
Children playing on the beach.
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if u have one piece of humanity in u just one lil piece of humanity u would stand up for palestine
because u dont have to be a muslim to support palestine u only have to be a human !
and after alllllll of this murdering for palestine ppl someone comes and support israle ...r u even a human ..............
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