A Palestinian farmer's chronicle of his nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army.
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"," by DIAA HADID, Associated Press
BILIN, West Bank (AP) — An Oscar-nominated documentary about this West Bank hamlet has managed to infuriate people on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide.
In Israel, some are asking why the government helped fund a film so scathing in its criticism of its own policies, while Palestinians are shocked that the film is winning accolades for being "Israeli."