tv Documentary RT December 17, 2017 3:30pm-4:01pm EST
had to. to decide what to do the same situation and hopefully i found a way to. to give a meaning to a senseless. killing. to . the end the love. my mother was born in siberia and she was but fifteen or sixteen after they were the russian their whole family came to is there in the beginning of the twentieth one thousand twenties. on a boat my fadhil that was born in jerusalem met my mother in the port
when they're after israel and they married. my father from germany when i was of poland well both. part of the socialists ernest movement they felt at the time that best thing to do in life was to be played in the us and creating boats that's what they did. my mother was born in the old city of jerusalem and the ultra. orthodox jewish family. she met my father when she was a nurse he was very badly wounded in the forty eight war and she took airfare the feeling i. was born in nice lovely house in haifa and i went to school here in the i went to scouts movement then i was part of the how the now we were helping sounds
of songs of happy to be here to build a country we have a lot of hopes. i. am an outcome of the ordinary israeli a printing of a soldier i was a very devoted to. i grew up in tel aviv with parents although dissident in the us of angry with the political establishment of this way and more critical than all the know inside the first. day they clearly shin of the state it was forty nine from a one thousand forty eight we were way down in the name. then when that to understand live there is no other way but fight because otherwise they wanted us
all in the sea and it's not a joke. every night. or we were. attacked by the arabs arabs or we were we were attacking them it was a war. and they bombast every morning and we didn't even have sent their us. in may sixty seven there was in. the very great anxiety fear that it's going to be billeted above this sort of war so early february so that i'm sure you. one on one. it was very frightening but there was very young i would really live to see. a definitely. and i remember my father went to the call and we went all over the west bank the way he still has a name and we felt like when you all know it's coming to inspect on you fulfilled
three. if somebody would have then told me that i'm going to spend my life trying to get it out of his character we say with him so it was clearly seen and for very proud coming home with a gun was going to fall over on the drives you know and you know seven of the so it's kind of it's kind of. the hero. and then the. there was the young people were always was really devastating we started it with eleven tanks was finished it with on the street. sometimes i wake up in the middle for the night with a cold sweat and the memories stops and results never go away i remember until today every second. today i would join any army who would refuse i've done my share of killing and dying and i've been part of three was there was sleep time simply song i saw things
and i had experiences that i. was not to remember and was told in office so what is it good for the all me to every soldier said on the position when he sings it all pushing is not justified and one still pushing for failed and refused to do it and he said we can please and that's much better for everybody and so. i don't remember the meeting was there these ideas. he said very much to be gated there is a saying in the it. is it that. says enough. i met my first palestinian when i was forty seven years old and i'm an ordinary israeli like most of the israel we have this was.
there was a very important event in seventy one which was i think for me very decisive was the left wing young people meeting from time to time and there was this young man. if i did us and there was a soldier in uniform if you started to tell us about what was going on in the gaza strip. it was a kind of for the bin you know for the students against israeli would and did the soldier told us they still are but it seems they're putting god. and so just so just stopping people in the middle of the suite and beating them up not because of something which they've done but just in order to intimidate them. just going in the night to carry out executions and people who are mocked this film we saw just killed on the sport and the body so sworn in to empty well. and we will extremely
shocked to say but that's not possible no me doesn't want to do such things and then disorder said yes the army is doing such things i have done myself in the work of sleeping and. so this was i think for me to transform nations when they really became committed to peace they can still keep ation and for that it's of palestinians. i mean i was always really concerned about my own society i don't. looked for this every place. in full equality and i thought that it was not just. that we're treating them made it we're not trying out what we can to stop this blacks in.
the because the first day of school there were. three girlfriends to buy new books for the war you were to suicide bomber. blew themselves up killed five people smother her best friend see looked at the video. stuff called off for want of oh we'll it's up to the four david goes away. i lost the ability to. speak to people. i lost my ability to function as a normal human being. and then i met. he told me about his son army coup was kidnapped and murdered by hamas in one thousand nine hundred four about this organization that he created. and surely.
that. the. us will. never let. this side of this palestinian believe mother with the picture for six years all if you don't . exactly like my wife carry the day before we go to smother this have changed my life it was like a lightning in my head. that there is no way to be able to live here together without tearing down this wall. means the peace bloc that was started in december of zero nine hundred ninety two.
the first circus started the one thousand nine hundred four as a group of israelis israeli families mostly parents and policy yes mostly from gaza. who established group. only woman because women are more gentle and less violent. they're going to have today is about six hundred families people who paid the highest price possible people who lost relatives because we believe that we need to speak to people from the bottom up to create the kind of grassroots organization of the group pave the way to a reconsideration because any peace agreement without a reconsideration process would already be
a ceasefire. we all cos would say peace organization which is trying to change the political situation with limited means it will cause in the paper to organize the most thorough actions we do what can be done to explore so you to influence the israeli society and this conversation makers as much as we can . the main thing of course is going to the from the checkpoints we would come they are paid see there are enough people there that how how fast they the line is growing. to seize or we have to know when the checkpoint open and when they close it that is the open in there are no soldiers deal with color me we. i know it's part of me and we're not but it's fenians with ladies can i ask them. it's illegal to be.
and i go the. banks guys are financial survival they say money that the relatives want to be using this is a central plank support dying the problem is i don't call them right now they stopped. all to see we have a great team but we need to strengthen before the free float world cold and you're better than a legend to keep it so it's at the back. in one thousand nine hundred two that must qualify for the european championships at the very last moment no one believed in last but we won and i'm hoping to bring some of that weighting spirit to the aussie theme. recently i've had
a lot of practice so i can guarantee you that peter schmeichel will be on the best fall since my last will call him in that steroids were three. thousand zero zero zero zero zero i call. strikes strikes no nos left left left more or less ok stop that's really good ones will do you mean you don't see why c b t w what did they could pin it down to what they need most through only ten space. maybe. let alone. long said. time into no seven did not see that done. you speak french. most of those are. the same yes he will send them all to new.
jersey i'm now told c.n.n. . join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to get us from the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. we do have a huge amount of activities which are designed to put the crux of the book the most of both in the activity of the most is the lectures of high schools with hundreds of meetings in israeli and palestinian high schools. that are used to be a time when i was going very often to wherever it's of to the most sessions per day
no i'm always will issue a long. list often going to the sessions more often sitting at my computer and passing on messages about the most relations the much what i did earlier with. to pass the tick borne. the palestinians need a pass. and it was so difficult to get the past. they check them and many times that they put them aside to check again it's not. nothing there is a human. mother can come with their babies or babies crying in those below good lines. why do people get there have to go to work has the ok security security is the most. holy word that he's.
been taught and this in this situation many times they say to you you want to be here i said every one of them is a key look. when . klaus is really supposed to say. now full of anger so coffee. into the open mouth of an active ok for most of them it's the first time ever in the last. they see a side of israel palestine for each other brother but putting our pain on the table trying to go bare pain is bigger. it's a less quick. look we're married viciously yes this is quick creates the crux. and this is all of it cracked through this crack a little light because it really can drive away
a lot of that. so one day i have says to me and i was standing there and didn't know what. sydney. was i don't know you don't even heard us. i can't close it in the message now soldiers behind me also would like me to go home you know that one said they go on you're not helping us and then others said god bless you. one person come since point one grain of sand on the bones and another person come since only another grain and when a thousand people each one small grain then perhaps that will be enough to push the balance down in of barracks. and the much of. the muck of the political chemical which. i fear not good news but offering enough. will generally we are swimming against the current generally
people look at us as crazy people because we are able to see the manager of the us . i'm not a clue at all i care about this code when i sincerely believe that what i'm doing is for the best interest of the scope who. i am. the and. it hurts me. not what can i say i've done it many times i don't dance i am the i must make it is a play till well. generally i fully understand that. the right wing especially the bereaved families i understand the anger i understand the feelings the only difference between me and then that i have decided not. to
use might be revenge you know to create more. i tried to be not to all go on and claw understand why he calls me a traitor when they say no by saying that what i'm saying is the very best and i think that you might not be a traitor but when you want to keep the telcos the only thing is that destructions . potion. killed my book the humiliation the frustration the anger. of a young palestinian who grew under the earth a person without any hope whose mother was being humiliated let's check why would you know of any any control of his life of the style. of the suture of his past. just to lol and i think us
it in the time bomb says keeps a key at home and good for social. there is no qualms policy in the house without the prisoner of all the dog without a long. day ali very much second class citizens in their own country it just tool when somebody says but all countries in the world well believe western persons it's true there are certainly some parts of syria. hopefully the civil war in syria will end but if nothing is done then the whole of the process could go on for many generations. feste the foreigner first of all why do we have to be there. it's occupied by all. it's ok. we had problems four hundred ten years definitely and there are many countries that try to be involved and try to. get the benefits from being
involved but i forgot saying enough is enough i want to live in peace. you know people ask me when i give a lecture to high schools if you are good for me everything everything will be ok. i said i don't know i kind of makes promises it's like if you go to the doctor you said to the doctor doctor i have a cancer in my leg if i take off the leg will i be ok no doctor will promise it that you'll be ok but if you want take of the you with day. to ensure the long term survival of. israel must have peace. getting out of the tele talk with making peace with the palestinians is not just something. but it is also our long term survival he story is
shown that no military supposed here with the eyes of the regional or global last for ever and no alliance last fall it will. do you think it's fair they think it's life. to be all the time warning about another war i don't mean the war i want to be in peace. i want to raise my truth then. in a quiet peaceful place and my grandchildren. we need to understand. that the key is in our hands i believe that. if someone has something to look for. if someone has
reason to leave it will be. blowing so. i don't think that lend or else is more important than end men like. him have to understand it's adèle and give up those things when two people are out i think everyone should give up something. peace does not necessarily mean that the two sides suddenly fall in love with each other so what happens in the reality there are certain moment they realized nuclear site is going to win and that. very much so sting it's also but then people say oh god them this bus thoughts i wish we could smash them to pieces but it seems that we have to make some kind of then we said.
from day one to today i have only a few although the voice behind my ear go well this is the right thing to do i'm doing the right thing to home memory. yes i'm really worried about this though the. yourself is when they say that anybody was a good mind should be on the boat but no i did not lose hope. very well. you have to have hope. you must have hope if you learn they have hope. so i hope. we are not living in a hollywood film nobody is promising us happy and. they're all cases in the story
well people are a world struggling for just cause and they succeeded but they're also christians legal people are just fighting for a just cause and doing all they could and it didn't succeed. i'm not stupid and i'm not naive and i'm low performing most i know this is a very long journey and know the true steps forward last of specialists. economics of omaha the narrowness of the furnace even the slaves. but i know the flow of my ways the only way fall for all the other ways that don't work. we need to learn. how to show them and. because i've always root have to share we very few.
. just black sit on i discovered about the struggles. that was a moment isis targets the body looked like it was about to be destroyed then as someone who put themselves on a kiss here are some people struggling full on the kissed idealogy if i didn't somebody with the skill with the ability to go and help those people in the existential struggle in a moment of need then my whole life of not be a hypocrite. about
it under the rhythm of them a bit of not a kind of you know me money. upon him an important. industry in the school but in the me you must be still slot. machine and slave to your post. rather than on my meaning it doesn't negotiate you know some of the women on sunday the ultimate unemotional guy doing something as innocent.
and they mostly. study. now coming in and now we're going to make some you have been listening. to them sometime now she's listening now some have the moments when some song was made that. i. was receiving it would have done. myself over your government a newcomer here. we're here down to the good you picked
a windy day lindsey like to think that it. was . my god. the week's top stories on artsy deadly unrest continues in palestine following washington to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. muslim leaders respond to the u.s. move by calling for east jerusalem to be recognized as the palestinian capital with turkey already falling embassy there. also where president putin orders the withdrawal of russian troops from syria. strongholds.