In June of 1967 the armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria massed on Israels borders and threatened its destruction. Israel launched a pre-emptive strike and achieved a stunning and decisive victory nearly tripling its size with the occupation of the West Bank, the Sinai Peninsula and the Golan Heights. The nation brimmed with relief, joy and pride, while a new national narrative of manifest destiny emerged. But drowned out by the euphoria, other voices – many of those who fought the war – had something different to say.
|Reparto:||Amos Oz,Abrahim Shapira|