It doesn't matter if Netanyahu sees the doco - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Helen
    • 01.02.13 | 17:02 (IST)

    However, it does matter very much indeed that it, along with 'Five Broken Cameras' is seen in the US and EU. Israel will not change until it is forced to. The only way this can happen is by growing international isolation and some economic pain by way of BDS. Easy to blame Netanyahu for Israel's ills but all Israeli governments have worked to create facts on the ground via settlements and to marginalise and divide the Palestinian people. He is just working in more difficult times and is not that skilled at projecting a reasonable face.

    from the article: Netanyahu must watch The Gatekeepers, if only to save his own legacy
    First published 13:10 30.01.13 | Last updated 13:10 30.01.13
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