Shebab Daiya - Life in the Promised Land - Palestine
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documentary film with real footage from palestine, house demolitions, running from israeli tanks, random shooting, defying the curfew, interview with palestinians. The film was compiled from footage shot by European activists working in Palestine August 2002 to February 2003. During this period the West Bank and Gaza Strip suffered multiple invasions and a constant state of occupation by the Israeli Army.
Muster ye not on the field today
for the horn that blows
will blow what may
and them that bleat for booty and play
cast ever anon for glory and pray
They drink their bitters
and bitterly trace
and each friend's lost face
in slights imagined
they presume lost grace
where none intended
and none defaced
Sail not ye into
Their long lost battle
o'er digits insult
and punk's mean prattle
For life lies not upon the field
in death's cold pose
and hate's hot steel
Tarry a day
and taste your mead
in babe's sweet arms
and love's warm yield
it is a nice documentary, i think tis will help to awake all the muslims those who are still sleeping
all islamic people are proude of you and me to!
I bought the DVDs from this site and this documentary was included. My eyes could not bereave what I saw last night on this documentary. Where are the MUSLIM PEOPLE? WHERE ARE HUMANS WITH HART. Children, innocent men and women are being killed every minute. Media does not show innocent people being killed and driven out of their homes. IT IS UP TO US MUSLIMS TO WHAT IS RIGHT. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT????
Thank to lightuponlight showing us what media hid from us.
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The Army is coming kid hold on :'(
A wonderful video that the world must watch. Why the violence?
Excellent.. never seen anything like it!
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