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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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The cause and effect of this film is great
19 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A friend of Jews for Jesus gave a copy of "Forbidden Peace" to her church's missions coordinator, who also happens to lead Bible studies in two different prison facilities. One time she was unable to go, and her helper, a young man in his twenties, had to go alone to one of the facilities to do the Bible study. He was very nervous, having never done this before. So, she gave him the "Forbidden Peace" DVD to show the inmates, so that he could minister to them without leading a traditional Bible study. At the end of the film, he asked if anyone wanted to receive Jesus and a young Muslim man entered the kingdom of God that night! Praise God!

"Forbidden Peace" is our film depicting stories of Israelis and Palestinians finding reconciliation with one another through Jesus.


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