Videos and DVDs available online
Oscar Nominated "Five Broken Cameras" by Palestinian Emad Burnat and Israeli Guy Davidi
Christians of the Holy Land, April 22, 2012 4:00 PM, Bob Simon reports.
Burning conscience: Israeli soldiers speak out (10/7/06)
The Daily Show: Strip maul (1/5/09)
About Israel’s devastating bombing of Gaza before the “hope and change” deadline that was anticipated with the inauguration of Barack Obama.
Dr. Mads Gilbert: Eyes in Gaza (1/09)
EU MPs wrap up visit to Gaza
Gaza girl's grief (1/22/09) Reuters report.
Is a two state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict still possible? (2/12/07) Jeff Halper and Naim Ateek speaking at the National Press Club about how Israel's policy in the West Bank and Gaza make a two-state solution unlikely, even impossible. Sponsored by Council for the National Interest Foundation and Washington Interfaith Alliance for Middle East Peace.
A Video from Outside Hebron By NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Green light for Jerusalem settlers
Dog attack on 99-year-old Palestinian
The “Summer Camp Of Destruction:” Israeli High Schoolers Assist The Razing Of A Bedouin Town
Is peace out of reach? (1/27/09) Bill Simon’s report on 60 Minutes about whether peace is possible in Palestine/Israel.
Medics under attack in Gaza
Netanyahu's West Bank nightmare: An exclusive video report (2/25/10)
From The Huffington Post.
Occupation 101 (2006)
Palestine in pieces (9/1/09)
Obama comments on Israel/Palestine, followed by Laura Flanders’ interview with Kathleen and Bill Christison. On GRITtv.
Palestine is still the issue (2002)
A follow-up by John Pilger to the film he made in 1977 with the same name.
The Palestinian experience: Nebi Salah (1/22/10)
Video of the violent Israeli response to Palestinians from Nebi Salah, a Palestinian village north of Ramallah, who were demonstrating against the illegal seizure of land and uprooting of hundreds of olive trees by the Hallamish (Neve Tzuf) settlement.
Peace, Propaganda, and the Promised Land:
Recent Violence in the Middle East
West Bank Story: Oscar-winning parody of West Side Story, portrays young lovers from competing Palestinian and Israeli falafel stands.
Encounterpoint, Budrus, and My Neighborhood