Relentless: Struggle for Peace in the Middle East (2003 Video)
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Relentless: The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East was produced by the pro-Israel media watchdog group HonestReporting [sic]. The concentrates on the causes of the Second Intifada through an examination of compliance the Oslo Accords, by Israel and the Palestinian Authority. It pays particular attention to the failure of the Palestinian Authority to "educate for peace". The documentary shows interviews with Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch, S. El-Herfi, Raanan Gissin, Caroline Glick, John Loftus, Sherri Mandel, Yariv Oppenheim, Daniel Pipes, Tashbih Sayyed and Natan Sharansky.
Finally a documentary to shed light on the Arab-Israeli conflict that has been festering for more than 8 decades. Interviews with relatives of Palestinian terrorism victims as well as actual footage from Palestinian TV where terrorism is encouraged and mosque sermons where virulent anti-Semitism is spewed.
Relentless, a video produced by media watchdog HonestReporting, provides Americans of all backgrounds and persuasions with the facts, historical perspective and balanced reporting to help them understand and contextualize the struggle for safety and peace in the Middle East. This production presents an eye-opening depiction of how the threat of a broader conflict could engulf the West. It counters the biased reporting of the news media and fills in the gaps where even respected news agencies such as the New York Times or CNN fail to fill. Further, the film presents a scorecard of who did what in regards to the Oslo Peace Accords of a decade ago, making us pause to realize just how much hatred and violence has existed since Israel's formation. Relentless questions whether the terrorist attacks that plague Israel and the peace process today will ever end if all that's being taught to the next generation is hate.
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