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Hany Abu-Assad


Hany Abu-Assad was born on October 11, 1961 in Nazareth, Israel. He is a director and writer, known for Paradise Now (2005), Omar (2013) and Rana's Wedding (2002). See full bio »
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 2013 Omar
 2012 The Courier
 2008 Stories on Human Rights (segment "A Boy, a Wall and a Donkey")
 2005 Paradise Now
 2003 Ford Transit (Documentary)
 2001 Nazareth 2000 (Documentary)
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As long as some people believe they have a chance to create a Jewish state on all of the land, there will be trouble. And as long as they have the power, weapons and money, some people think they just have to wait until the right moment to extend Jewish settlements onto the whole of the land, and extend the ethnic cleansing. As long as those people feel they can succeed, they will keep trying. ... See more »

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