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Forbidden Peace (2004)

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This documentary shows how years of violence and hate can be healed through faith in Jesus.

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Almost daily, we are bombarded with images from Israel; graphic portrayals of violence permeate our media and our minds. Yet these pictures don't tell the whole story. Beyond the bloodshed and despite decades of hostility, Israelis and Palestinians are joining hands and forging a peace agreement long thought forbidden. While the world cries out for a solution to end the conflict that grips the Middle East, these people have found true peace, not in a political plan, but in a person ...... Forbidden Peace offers a powerful, poignant and positive perspective you are unlikely to find anywhere else...straight from the hearts of Israelis and Palestinians who have put their trust in Jesus and found true shalom. You are invited to join them as they share how, despite fierce opposition, they have chosen to follow Jesus and how He has brought about reconciliation in every sense of the word. Written by Jews for Jesus

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A powerful story of the reconciliation possible through those who trust Jesus as their Messiah and savior.
20 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This documentary goes beyond the amazing imagery and interviews to the very core of what humanity has struggled with throughout time. The Israel/Palestine struggle has gone on for centuries and there is more than two sides to each position. Interestingly enough so many are finding hope for peace in Jesus the Jewish Messiah.

Many skeptics say that Jesus cannot be the Messiah because the Tanach (Hebrew Bible) says that when the Messiah comes, he will usher in an era of world peace. While this is true, people don't understand that even if God sat everyone down and made them shake hands and "make up", nothing would change. Peace starts in the heart, and this is the peace that Jesus brought in the hearts of those who trust in him.

By laying down his life and his "rights", Jesus, who was without sin, died and rose from the dead and promised that any who believes in him and his sacrifice, that they too would have eternal life with God. This documentary shows how lives of Israelis (Jewish and Arab) were changed dramatically and for ever through faith in Jesus. Watch and you will see how this is possible in the most unlikely of places.


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