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Great film tho unfortunately not showing the whole truth about the other sides conflict , they get billions of dollars every year tho powerful people on top take it and leave with with nothing , then they attack the other side the other side replays then the powerful people can get more donations and nothing to it's people . That's the truth about Gaza . Facts
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