For more than 100 years, the conflict between Israel and Palestine is taking away innocent lives. The ongoing struggle between Palestinians and Israelis began in the 20th century, and since then, hundreds of thousands of people have lost their life.
Forming the core part of the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been dubbed as the most “intractable conflict” in the world. The Gaza Strip continues to be the center of the conflict.
The complexity of the conflict is hard to understand. There are several factions on both sides, and arguments can be made for both sides. The two sides, Israel and Palestine, were determined to find a peaceful solution in 1993, when the leaders Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin started the Oslo Peace Process.
The Oslo Peace Process failed officially in 2000, and since then, there have been numerous attempts to restore peace to the area.
The documentary, directed and written by Sylvain Brunel and Jacob Perkins takes you deep into the conflict, exploring the historicalroots of the conflict. You will also see what is happening with people in Israel and Palestine today, and how some of the leading university experts feel about the conflict.