Meet the young Gazan filmmaker, Mahmoud Alzaq, who takes Palestinians on a journey of visual tricks and illusions on his YouTube channel.
In recent years peace talks between the Israeli and Palestinian leadership have led nowhere. But what if ordinary citizens got together to talk peace? One Israeli professor thinks that’s the best way of forcing the politicians to act. He’s organised a series of peace talks between ordinary Israelis and Palestinians. As part of the BBC’s Crossing Divides season the World Hacks programme went along to one in Tel Aviv to see one in action. How one man is getting ordinary Palestinians and Israelis to talk peace with each other. A film by Richard Kenny for BBC World Hacks.
David Frum (Neoconservative) November 18, 2012 CNN Full Discussion:
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