Funny. GulfNews (Qatar) talked to people - including Palestinians - who didn't see it as pro-Israel propaganda. If the movie had shown San Diego or Istanbul or Aqaba, and not Israel, would you be calling it pro-US, pro-Turkey or pro-Jordan propaganda? Of course not. So what do you have against Israel? Why SHOULDN'T it show Israel and Palestinians in a way that does not stereotype either Israelis or Palestinians? Are you really this wedded to the usual stereotypes?
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from the article: What 'World War Z' says about Israel
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