Conflicted identity in a conflicted land || Arab terrorist for a father, ultra-Orthodox Jew for a mother
Award-winning film 'Life Sentences' follows the extraordinary true story of a man born to a Jewish-Arab couple, and ended up following his parents’ footsteps into an equally unusual marriage.
It was the early 1960s, and Fawzi al Nimer, an Arab Israeli from a village outside Acre, was dropping off some merchandise at a café in Nahariya. That’s where he first saw her: blond, blue-eyed, a few years older than him, exceedingly pretty. And Jewish.
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