A People Without a Land

Settlement expansion across Palestine is out of control - now we need to speak about the One State Solution. Is the patchwork of remaining Palestinian land now so fragmented it could never form a viable future state?

This incisive film (2014) explores the question of whether Israeli settlers have destroyed all hope of return for the villages' original occupants and asks if the One State Solution is doomed beyond hope of being salvaged.

Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon (Writer, Director, Cinematographer) grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family in Brookline, MA. When he was 13 years old, his family moved to Israel where he lived until he was 19. Upon earning his Bagrut matriculation, Eliyahu decided not to serve in the Israeli Defense Forces with his peers choosing instead to study Medicine in the UK.

( Source: Journeyman Pictures )

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