Panorama: A Walk in East Jerusalem
30 minute BBC documentary about the plight of Palestinians in
Features the Hanoun family (evicted), well known religious nationalist Zionist muppet Arieh King intent on single-handedly breaking the world record of personally serving up eviction notices (cowardly accompanied by the IOF) to Palestinian families, Nir 'Barking Mad' Barkat a self-made millionaire and Mayor of Jerusalem who claims Jerusalem is the 'most important city in the world' (arrogance not being in short supply in extremist Zionist circles), a quasi-archaeological dig thinly disguised as a future Zionist settlement and run by the settler group Elat led by yet another American, Doron Spielman, who claims he's seeing Biblical things and finally Ahmad Qaareen, a Palestinian shot twice at close range by a Zionist nut (who remained unnamed and had been 'legally' let off the hook on the ludicrous grounds that he'd acted in self-defence, against a visibly unarmed Palestinian).
To make the whole thing almost palatable, one or two Zionists that haven't completely lost their marbles yet, provide a modicum of relief.
Keep your two fingers at the ready: this is puke-worthy.
YouTube version here (part 1):
Part 2 and 3 here.