The Israeli kibbutz settlements surrounding Gaza are built on stolen land. 80% of Gaza’s population are families Israel violently expelled, caged in one small corner of their original lands for 75 years. Residents of these Israeli towns have been able to prosper, swim in pools, dance, sing & celebrate “unity and love” just a few kilometers away from where over 2.1 million people live, usurped from their lands, subjugated to daily humiliation, purposely impoverished and caged in, unable to move, live, fish in the sea, and certainly unable to celebrate “unity and love.”
PBS stations around the US were scheduled to show a riveting new Frontline documentary, “One Day in Gaza,” but at the last minute the plug was pulled. While significant context is missing, the film includes clips important for Americans to see – including a young, unarmed teen being shot in her head. BBC, the coproducer of the film, broadcast it to British viewers. We are posting it below so that Americans can also view it.